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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Heung-min Hero, Tottenham beat Man City, quarters Leads, stats

 Heung-min Hero, Tottenham beat Man City, Advance to Semi-Final, stats facts.



Harry Kane was replaced in the second half due to the serious Ankle injury when he challenged the Fabian Delph
 And they made the breakthrough with 12 minutes left as Son twisted and turned on the byeline before shooting low past Ederson.


Spurs had survived the concession of an early penalty, awarded on a pitchside video review by the referee after Danny Rose was judged to have handled Raheem Sterling's shot. Sergio Aguero stepped up, but keeper Hugo Lloris saved.

Manchester City was never at their best and must now overturn this narrow deficit at Etihad Stadium on 17 April to keep alive their hopes of a historic quadruple of Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, and League Cup.






Heung-min Hero, Tottenham beat Man City, Advance to Semi-Final, stats facts.






Tottenham beat Man City in Champion League Quarter Final. Stats 





1 -  Spurs have progressed to the next round on each of the past nine occasions in which they have won the first leg of a European knockout match (excluding qualifiers).


2  -  Manchester City have lost all five of their European matches against English opposition, including all three in the Champions League.


3  -   Son Heung-min has scored as many goals in 40 games in all competitions this season for Spurs as he managed in 53 appearances in the whole of 2017-18 (18 goals).


4  -  Tottenham have won 13 of their past 16 home matches in all competitions (D1 L2).


5  -  Manchester City's Sergio Aguero has missed more Champions League penalties than any other player since his debut season in the competition in 2008-09 (four).


6  -  Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has saved all three of the penalties he has faced in all competitions in
2019, saving efforts against Leicester City, Arsenal and now Manchester City.


7  -  City have been eliminated from all three of their previous Champions League knockout matches when they have lost the first leg.


8  -  There were eight Englishmen in the starting XI for this match - Rose, Trippier, Winks, Alli and Kane for Spurs, Delph, Walker and Sterling for City - the most in a Champions League match since the 2008 final between Chelsea and Manchester United (10).





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