Tottenham come out top in five-goal thriller

Posted: October 1, 2012 by dukefrederick in news
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Manchester United were denied victory in a shocking conclusion to September’s share of English Premier League matches, when they lost to Spurs in a thrilling match which ended 3-2 in Spur’s favour. New signing Vertonghen opened the scoring in the second minute bringing the spectators to their feet. Bale then put  the visitors ahead with a further in the first half. Half time came and Spurs had a two goal advantage. Six minutes into the second half Nani offered the home fans a glimpse of hope but just a minute after, Dempsey hit home with a riving shot that  gave them back their two-goal cushion. Kagawa fought back and scored a consolation goal but Spurs always looked the stronger side. Substitutes Rooney and Carrick hit the woodwork in a frustrating second-half for red devils. Sir Alex Ferguson was furious that no injury time was played. This the first time in 23 years that Spurs have one at Old Trafford.

By Andre Agassi

  1. INC says:

    You worked well on this ‘André’. Nice to have a world class tennis player in the room too. If you would like to contribute further news stories to us, get in touch and we can tell you how to become a contributor.
    You got the idea of the news inverted pyramid very well.

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