Alli scores 2 as Tottenham tops Southampton

Alli scores 2 as Tottenham tops Southampton

Alli scores 2 as Tottenham tops Southampton

The Premier League match between Southampton and Tottenham will be broadcast online only.

It was a hectic victory, but a needed one.

A 4-1 scoreline probably flatters the away side a bit. And the result was still very much in doubt until our flurry of goals late in the match. Eric Dier covered alongside Jan Vertonghen but the positional switch exposed Spurs within 90 seconds.

Things got worse still in the 54th minute, when Sissoko led a breakaway and fed Alli who ran through into the Saints' box. The Dutch global, who may leave St. Mary's this January, was just too strong in the air. Spurs settled but damage had already been done. They play good football.

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Soon enough Dembele made the equaliser, flicking a brilliant pass out to Moussa Sissoko on the left. While Southampton's backline snoozed, Dele Alli leaped into the air and directed the ball goalwards. He jumped free and powered his header into the near top corner, past a weak Fraser Forster hand, giving Spurs the lead. "To give always a good answer is hard of course, with the recovery, but now we have developed a squad with many possibilities, and I hope we can always give a good answer".

So, if you want watch tonight's Premier League action here's how to stream all the action. Spurs finished off the half by dominating possession, and nearly scoring through Wanyama after the Kenyan's smooth move into the box. Eriksen was a constant menace for Southampton's defenders - and came even closer to scoring in the second half, but his thunderous shot rebounded off the cross-bar.

AM: Christian Eriksen (8/10) - The Denmark global had a good chance to give Spurs the lead after half-an-hour, but under little pressure sent his shot flying well over the frame of the goal from the edge of the penalty area.

"It is important for us, after yesterday, the rest of the top teams won the games and for us it is important to get three points for belief, and to stay in our position, in a good position to try and fight for the top spots".

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Dele was through on goal in the 56th minute, but dragged his effort wide.

New rules introduced in April state a team need not be punished twice for accidental fouls but deliberate fouls - which include holding, pulling or pushing - still incur a red card.

It's an incident which requires a few viewings.

Southampton supporters wore orange in support of Koeman when Pochettino first returned to St Mary's in 2015 but the Spurs boss says he takes that as a compliment. Unluckier still was how Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg failed to equalise seconds earlier - Shane Long harried Hugo Lloris into a poor headed clearance, but the Dane totally fluffed his chance and Saints were punished. Upon further review, it was put over under sketchy circumstances. They then finished seventh and sixth in consecutive seasons under Ronald Koeman but some fans still feel bitter towards Pochettino. The Spurs are the slightest favorites at bet365 Sports at 2.70, while the Saints are at 2.87. Thus it was a happy ending to a insane night of football.

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