Tottenham Hotspur

3rd Premier League | 14-3-8
  • Goals For
    5th
    46 GF
  • Assists
    6th
    29 GA
  • Shots
    1st
    281 Shots
  • Saves
    15th
    56 SAV
  • U.S. U-20s fall to Panama to open CONCACAF Championship
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    U.S. U-20s fall to Panama to open CONCACAF Championship

    Well, that didn’t go according to plan. The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team suffered a 1-0 defeat against Panama to open Group B play in Saturday’s CONCACAF Championship match. Despite playing down a man for over 70 minutes, Panama managed to find a winner in the first half when Leandro Avila beat Jonathan Klinsmann off of a lobbed effort inside the penalty area. The U.S. was dealt a further blow in its first match of the tournament as captain and New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams was forced off at halftime with an apparent ankle injury. Adams was seen hobbling on crutches at the start of the second stanza, leaving his status for the rest of the competition uncertain. Jeremy Ebobisse

  • Champions League Tuesday: Man City hosts Monaco; Red-hot Chicharito
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    Champions League Tuesday: Man City hosts Monaco; Red-hot Chicharito

    Pep Guardiola gets his next chance at European success when Monaco visits the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16. It’s one of two Tuesday first legs, with big names like Fernando Torres, Javier Hernandez, and Antoine Griezmann all set to feature in the other. Manchester City vs. Monaco How they got here: Man City finished second to Barcelona in Group C, winning two of six matches, while Monaco won Group E over Bayer Leverkusen, Tottenham Hotspur, and CSKA Moscow. History: Tuesday will be the first meeting of Man City and Monaco. The plot: Pep Guardiola’s tenure at Bayern Munich saw him bounced at the semifinals of three-straight UCL tournaments, and his last

  • ‘Gabigol’ finally starts to pay off transfer in Inter win
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    ‘Gabigol’ finally starts to pay off transfer in Inter win

    ROME (AP) Gabriel “Gabigol” Barbosa began repaying his 30 million euro ($32 million) transfer fee by scoring his first goal for Inter Milan in a 1-0 win at Bologna on Sunday. Seven minutes after coming on, Barbosa tapped in a cross from Danilo D’Ambrosio in the 81st minute to secure fourth-placed Inter its ninth win in 10 Serie A matches. Barbosa had been hailed as the next great Brazil striker when he signed a five-year deal after transferring from Santos in August. But he struggled in his first five months at Inter. “I’m happy for him. He had a bit of a tough time at the start. But now he’s starting to click,” Inter coach Stefano Pioli said. Garbosa was preparing to offer his teammates and