Spurs defeat at the hands of Leicester, Southampton sacked Palace

Spurs defeat at the hands of Leicester, Southampton sacked Palace

Spurs defeat at the hands of Leicester, Southampton sacked Palace

London – Tottenham Hotspur ended the struggle and Southampton in the FA Cup. At home to Leicester City Lilywhites expelled, while Soton also swallow ashamed defeat by Crystal Palace.

Playing at White Hart Lane on Saturday (24/01/2015) night, the Spurs can strong challenge from Leicester. Although in the Premier League standings The Foxes are in the position of caretaker, they can be troublesome Spurs in the game.

Note ESPNFC game show instead Leicester narrow lead in the control of the ball with a ratio of 51%: 49%. The visitors total release 13 shots with seven of which leads to the target. While the Spurs made 15 shots and only five were on target.

The match seemed to be easy for the Spurs since they’ve opened the scoring in minute 19. The referee pointed to the spot following a foul committed by Liam Moore on Roberto Soldado.

Forward as executor, execution Andros Townsend goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and change the position to be 1-0. These advantages persist until the first half completed.

In the second half, although both teams turn build additional goal attack never created. Spurs seem to be able to win the fight because until 10 minutes before the game finished the score unchanged. But in the last 10 minutes of the disaster that came to them because of his made two goals in a seven-minute interval.

Leicester equalizing goal made Leonardo Ulloa in minute 83. While winning goal scored by Jefferey Schlupp the time period runs two minutes of injury time.

Southampton defeated Crystal Palace 2-3

Also defeat the cage despite winning first is Southampton. Entertaining fellow Premier League club, Crystal Palace, The Saints defeat 2-3.

Playing at St Mary’s Stadium, Graziano Pelle put the home side ahead by his goal in the ninth minute. But the visitors will react immediately because Marouane Chamakh scored the equalizing goal two minutes later.

An own goal that made Scott Dann cause Soton back in position ahead 2-1 in minute 16. But again, the score did not last long, Yaya Sanogo scored the equalizing goal in the 21st minute and change the position to be 2-2.

Before the completion of the first half, one goal back created. Soton not players who made it, but Chamakh scored his second goal in minute 39. After trailing twice, Palace finally managed to turn things around.

In the second half Southampton kept banging his defense for the sake of scoring at least equalizing goal. But from some of the opportunities you have, the chance to equalize at 3-3 never succeeded. Pointing to the scoreboard remained 2-3 when the referee blew the final whistle.


SOUTHAMPTON: Fraser Forster, Nathaniel Clyne, Florin Gardos (’46 Matt Targett), Jose Fonte, Ryan Bertrand, Steven Davis, Dusan Tadic, James Ward-Prowse, Jack Cork (’59 Shane Long) (’72 Ryan Seager), Eljero Elijah, Graziano Pelle;

CRYSTAL PALACE: Wayne Hennessey, Joel Ward, Scott Dann, Damien Delaney, Martin Kelly, Wilfried Zaha, James McArthur, Joe Ledley, Yaya Sanogo (’78 Adrian Mariappa), Fraizer Campbell (’81 Glenn Murray), Marouane Chamakh (’64 Jason Puncheon)

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: Michel Vorm, Danny Rose, Younes Kaboul, Vlad Chiriche┼č, Federico Fazio, Paulinho, Erik Lamela, Andros Townsend (’64 Christian Eriksen), Mousa Dembe; le; (’87 Harry Kane), Etienne Capoue, Roberto Soldado (’70 Emmanuel Adebayor)

LEICESTER CITY: Mark Schwarzer, Ritchie De Laet, Wes Morgan, Danny Simpson, Liam Moore (’26 Marcin Wasilewski), Daniel Drinkwater, Andy King, Jefferey Schlupp, Jamie Vardy (’73 David Nugent), Leonardo Ulloa, Andrej Kramaric (’73 Marc Albrighton)