English Premier League report Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur 10 November 2018

English Premier League report Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur 10 November 2018

Argentinian defender Juan Foyth (second right) celebrates his victor as Tottenham beat Crystal Palace 1-0. "We need to do better when we return from worldwide duty".

With Tottenham and Manchester United up next for Palace, on top of meetings with Man City and Chelsea in December, Hodgson needs his side to turn their so-called promising displays into all three points if they are to avoid dropping below the dotted line.

The Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino now thinks that his flagship player is absolutely single-minded about getting goals on the ground, and also thinks about it much more than he should.

Lloris jumped on Townsend's 84th-minute volley from Schlupp's set up, and then stayed big to block from Sorloth, who should have opened his Premier League account when Milivojevic's deflected shot rolled perfectly into his path.

Substitutes: Aurier (7), Son (6), Winks (6).

Lucas Moura (Tottenham). The Brazilian was lively and probably Spurs' most creative player during his time on the pitch. "This is one of the toughest stadiums to play in".

Palace almost went ahead shortly after the halftime break as James Tomkins, who was un-marked, headed wide at the far post.

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A first career goal for Juan Foyth secured Tottenham Hotspur a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park which took them within two points of the top of the table tonight.

Pressure had subtly been building when, in the 66th minute and with Palace struggling to clear Spurs' corner, Ayew was guilty of watching the loose ball as Foyth took advantage to nip in and head over Patrick van Aanholt, standing on the goal-line.

Hodgson knows that a lack of goals, and an over-reliance on star man Wilfried Zaha, has all too often cost his side this term, with a tally of eight eight goals scored - Zaha responsible for three of those - the fifth-worst record in the division.

Only in the 2011/12 season have Tottenham had more Premier League points after 12 games.

The defeat means Palace, who have had a punishing run of fixtures, are experiencing their worst home start to a season for 21 years, with only goal difference keeping them out of the drop zone.

The Denmark worldwide can score goals from the midfield area, while he's the chief creator for his teammates with his footballing brain and range of passing. They've won just two matches, one for each bank of four - and both of those were away, which is a surprise for a team with arguably the best home support in the league.It's been a bit of a odd season for Spurs, too.

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