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Tanguy Ndombele's moment of magic caps Spurs win at Sheffield United

The Guardian

Back in July, Tottenham’s players turned in a no-show at Bramall Lane that came to be seen as a turning point in José Mourinho’s reign. This time they beat Sheffield United by the same scoreline that caused all that summer soul-searching and will hope it has the same transformative effect. The game will be best remembered for an exquisite piece of improvisation by Tanguy Ndombele, who nipped United’s attempt at a comeback in the bud with a 62nd-minute goal that will bear replaying over and over.

It might also go down as the afternoon on which Spurs remembered how to put an away game to bed, even if the Blades are a shadow of the team that overwhelmed them last season and are doomed for a warp-speed relegation. Serge Aurier and Harry Kane gave them their first two-goal lead on the road in three and a half months, appearing to make the game safe before half-time. While David McGoldrick gave them fleeting cause for concern they were quickly settled by Ndombele’s moment of brilliance and, at least for a couple of hours, find themselves three points off the top.

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January 17th 2021, 11:11 am
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