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The goals against the Red Star in Champions have been an oasis for Tottenham, both for balsamics and for looking more like an illusion. Those of Pochettino, who have barely won three of the 12 games that have been played in the Premier League, sand they let tie the game against Sheffield United, which deserved much more, and are already the second team that has yielded more points after advancing on the scoreboard (10). The Argentine coach, one more week, is again in the spotlight.

If the Sheffield is caressing European positions it is for parties like this. Chris Wilder's are becoming the revelation of the league among the ascended at this start of the season and his game at the New White Hart Lane showed signs of why. Intensity, occasions and very few complexes against the runner-up in Europe led to they had some of the clearest of the first half, like the one that crashed Lundstram on the stick.

The spurs, however, allied with luck in the second half and when the Sheffield pressed the Gazzaniga goal more, they found a bounced ball that took advantage of Son to finish off bitten and that the ball sneak in between Henderson's legs. A play lottery that was only overcome in fortune when the VAR annulled, just a couple of minutes later, McGoldrick's goal after a millimetric offside from Lundstram. It was literally the tip of the English player's boot.

But luck ran out for the good work of visitors and it was Baldock, with a center resulting from the pressure they were subjecting to Londoners, who managed to put the final tie and a dash of justice in the final score. The Sheffield looks with this result to the European positions and the Tottenham, in free fall, already sees the relegation places just 6 points away.


Harry winks (45 ', Tanguy NDombele Alvaro), Juan Foyth (71 ', Dele Alli), Lucas Moura (85 ', Aurier), Robinson (87 ', Lys Mousset), Luke Freeman (94 ', David McGoldrick)


1-0, 57 ': Heung-Min Son, 1-1, 77 ': George Baldock


Referee: Graham Scott
VAR Referee: Jonathan Moss
Eric Dier (1 ', Yellow) Norwood (17 ', Yellow) Juan Foyth (79 ', Yellow) Basham (90 ', Yellow

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