Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur, 10 November 2018

Score1-0 to Tottenham Hotspur
RefereeJonathan Moss
CompetitionPremier League
VenueSelhurst Park
Attendance25,685
Kick-off: 5.30pm Each of the last six meetings in all competitions had ended in a 1-0 scoreline. Premier League Head to Head Played: 19 Crystal Palace won: 3 Drawn: 5 Tottenham Hotspur won: 11 Crystal Palace scored: 13 Tottenham Hotspur scored: 23

0 Crystal Palace

Manager: Roy Hodgson

1 Tottenham Hotspur

Manager: Mauricio Pochettino

Goals:

Goals:

Juan Foyth 66 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Defender Mamadou Sakho
Defender James Tomkins
Defender/Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyaté
Defender/Midfielder Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Midfielder James McArthur
Midfielder Max Meyer
Midfielder Luka Milivojević
Midfielder Andros Townsend
Forward Jordan Ayew

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris
Defender Juan Foyth
Defender/Midfielder Ben Davies
Defender/Midfielder Kieran Trippier
Midfielder Dele Alli
Midfielder Érik Lamela
Midfielder Moussa Sissoko
Midfielder Victor Wanyama
Midfielder/Forward Lucas Moura
Forward Harry Kane

Substitutions:

Martin Kelly for James Tomkins 60
Jeffrey Schlupp for Max Meyer 67
Alexander Sorloth for James McArthur 70

Substitutions:

Serge Aurier for Kieran Trippier 24
SON Heung-min for Lucas Moura 71
Harry Winks for Érik Lamela 83

Cards:

James Tomkins 40 Y

Cards:

Harry Winks 86 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Vicente Guaita
Defender Martin Kelly
Defender Jaïro Riedewald
Defender Joel Ward
Defender/Midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp
Midfielder Jason Puncheon

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Paolo Gazzaniga
Defender Serge Aurier
Defender/Midfielder Eric Dier
Midfielder Christian Eriksen
Midfielder Harry Winks
Midfielder/Forward SON Heung-min

Comments:

League position: 16th Crystal Palace were now without a win in their first six home games of this Premier League season; their worst home run from the start of a season since a 15-game sequence in the Premier League in 1997-98. The Eagles had now taken nine points from their last 21 home games in the Premier League against the big six opponents. They had now lost eight of their 12 games so far in this Premier League season (won two).

Comments:

League position: 4th Tottenham Hotspur became the fifth team to score 1,500 goals in the Premier League (Manchester United 1,943, Arsenal 1,797, Chelsea 1,734 and Liverpool 1,706). Excluding own goals, 146 players had now scored for Spurs in the Premier League; more than any other team in the competition's history. They had now won more away games in the Premier League in 2018 than any other team (12). Tottenham Hotspur had won their last six London derbies in the Premier League; their longest such run in the top division since an eight-game sequence between October 1950 and August 1951.