‘How Good Were Leeds’

Host Richard Cracknell was joined by Lee McQueen, Jamie Brown from Daily Hotspur and John Wenham from Lilywhite Rose as the panel returned.

Heung-Min Son’s 100th Tottenham goal helped his side return to winning ways as a 3-0 victory over Leeds moved Spurs back into the top four, even though the win was soured by Matt Doherty’s late red card.

Harry Kane put Spurs ahead from the spot just before the half-hour mark after Steven Bergwijn was fouled by Ezgjan Alioski, and moments before half-time Son doubled the lead when he combined yet again with the England striker to stroke past Illan Meslier.

Patrick Bamford was guilty of missing Leeds’ best chance but the visitors created few clear-cut opportunities to worry Hugo Lloris, while at the other end Toby Alderweireld headed in his first goal since July to add Spurs’ third from Son’s corner.

Tanguy Ndombele and Bergwijn both tested Meslier as Spurs looked to add to their lead but their victory moved them joint third in the Premier League and ahead of Leicester on goal difference, with Doherty’s second bookable offence in injury time the one blot on the hosts’ copybook on an otherwise perfect afternoon.


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