Recap : Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal 02/10/2011 (Premier League)

Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal 02/10/2011 (Premier League) highlights
Footballers of Tottenham have on their White Hart Lane beat bitter city rivals Arsenal’s 2-1 in Sunday’s derby 7th Premiership round …
In the clash between two teams from the northern part of London, Tottenham deservedly won the three points, thereby he continued its winning series in the English Championship. After the opening two defeats, it was Tottenham’s fourth successive win. Arsenal, however, in the seventh performance suffered the fourth defeat.

Tottenham has better opened game. Parker is already in the 7th minute, missed a great chance when he from a good position shoot straight at Arsenal goalkeeper Szczęsnyja.

In the 29th minute, Van Persie make a great penetrate through down the left side, and ideally served Gervinho, who missed a clear chance as he shot past the goal.

The hosts took the lead in the 40th minute, when Rafael van der Vaart askew from the left and made a great shot to the opposite corner for Spurs lead 1-0

Arsenal has in the 51 minute, reached a draw. From the left side Song pass a sharp ground floor the ball which Ramsey put in to the net.

In the 57th minute, Bale has excellent served the former Arsenal striker Adebayor , who was ”one on one” with Szczęsnyjem, but he shot straight at him..

For the best move of the match and set up of final score took care 21-year-old Spurs defender’ Kyle Walker,  who  from about 25 yards away fired cannon balls at the right corner of goalkeeper Szczęsnyja, who perhaps should have better react, even though the ball had very embarrassing rotation for him.

Even after the leading goal Tottenham  were the better team on the field and at the end of it Spurs football players deservedly celebrated victory.

Team Lineup:
Tottenham Hotspur:
 Brad Friedel; Ledley King, Younes Kaboul, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Kyle Walker; Luka Modric, Scott Parker, Gareth Bale, Rafael van der Vaart (Sandro 64); Emmanuel Adebayor (Jake Livermore 85), Jermaine Defoe

Arsenal: Wojciech Szczesny; Alex Song, Per Mertesacker, Kieran Gibbs, Bacary Sagna (Carl Jenkinson 68); Mikel Arteta, Francis Coquelin, Gervinho (Andrei Arshavin 77), Theo Walcott (Yossi Benayoun 72); Robin van Persie, Aaron Ramsey

Tottenham – Arsenal 2-1 (Van der Vaart 40, Walker 73 / Ramsey 51)

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