Tottenham tied with Southampton in the English Premier League – international football – sports
the spurs It did not exceed 1-1 in his visit to Southampton, which played more than half of the match with ten players, on Tuesday at the beginning of the twentieth day of the current season. Premier League.
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Southampton advanced (13) in the 25th minute with a goal from James Ward-Prowse, but in the 39th minute he left the team with 10 goals due to the expulsion of Mohamed Salisu.
And “Tottenham”, who had 90 minutes against Davinson Sanchez, equalized in the 41st minute with a penalty kick changed by Harry Kane.
Despite the apparent dominance, the London team could not take advantage of their numerical superiority to achieve victory.
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Tottenham are sixth in the standings with 30 points, and are now one point lower than West Ham (31 points), who climbed to fifth with a 4-1 victory over Watford (17).
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West Ham, who scored just one point in their previous three games, started loosely, thanks to Emmanuel Bonaventura Denis’ goal (min 5). Then the Hammers were able to return thanks to the goals of Tomas Socic (27), Said Benrahma (29), Mark Noble (58 from the penalty kick) and Nikola Vlasic (90 + 2).
And West Ham is temporarily four points behind the Champions League area, which was determined by Arsenal (fourth). Without their coach Patrick Vieira (positive for the Covid-19 virus), Crystal Palace (9) easily beat bottom club Norwich 3-0.
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Tuesday’s matches in the English Premier League concluded with Liverpool’s visit (2) to Leicester (11). Two more Premier League matches were scheduled for Tuesday, but were postponed due to coronavirus cases: Arsenal – Wolverhampton and Leeds – Aston Villa.
English football is no stranger to the massive wave of coronavirus infections in the UK. In total, 103 tests of players and members of the coaching staff of the 20 English first division clubs between December 20 and 26 were positive, something not seen since the beginning of the pandemic.
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