José Mourinho’s Tottenham did not go from a draw to a goal against the modest Fulham and with a single win in the last six days of the English League, they are six points away from the leadership, falling to sixth place in the table.
Tottenham seemed to have the game on track thanks to the appearance of Sergio Reguilón on the left wing. With a perfect threaded cross, his fifth assist of the season, he found Harry Kane in the 25th minute who headed powerfully into the net.
The Spanish side could have scored on the first clear occasion of the match and the award was deserved by insistence for Mourinho’s team. Alphonse Areola showed off a header from Heung-Min Son.
Tottenham speculated excessively, dominating possession but amassing excessively each attack, and failed to sign the sentence. Harry Winks had the clearest and the post repelled a shot from Son before the Fulham tie came, in the 74th minute, with a header at Cavaleiro’s pleasure to Lookman’s pass that gave the fifth consecutive draw to his team, which cannot get out of the descent.
Reguilón scored in the last minute but the referee canceled it for offside and did not avoid the irregularity in which a team falls that sees the fight for the title go away due to its bad streak.
[+] See the summary and the goals of the match:
Tottenham: Lloris, Dier, Sanchez, Reguilón, Aurier, Hoejbjerg, Winks (Lamela, min.75), Ndombele (Vinícius, min.81), Son Heung-Min, Sissoko and Kane
Fulham: Areola, Andersen, Tosin Adarabioyo, Aina, Zambo Anguissa, Loftus-Cheek (Onomah, min.91), Reed, Robinson, Tete (Lookman, min.67), Reid and Cavaleiro (Kamara, min.86)
Goals: Kane (1-0, min. 25) and Cavaleiro (1-1, min. 74)
Referee: Paul Tierney. He admonished Hoejbjerg (min. 64) and Andersen (min. 92)
Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium