Late goal seals thrilling win for Arsenal as Watford shock Spurs

Share

Davinson Sanchez was proving to be a threat in the air from set pieces, but the Colombia worldwide did not make the most of a headed chance just before the break.

Success was introduced into Sunday's game in the 70th minute just after Watford restored parity against Spurs who had taken the lead luckily in the 53rd minute off an own goal. Two minutes later, Mauro Manotas pulled a goal back for the visitors, but Reto Ziegler converted from the penalty spot just five minutes after that to restore the three-goal advantage.

Eden Hazard has said Chelsea are happy to be "in the shadow" of Premier League title favourites Manchester City and Liverpool as they build momentum under Maurizio Sarri. If you want to be a contender - I am the first person guilty of everything - it is so hard to understand, because I thought we controlled the game in the first 45 minutes.

After their 100% winning start to the season Watford are the big movers in the Top 6 Finish market, now being able to back at around [7.2] having been matched at [80.0]. "If you want to be a contender and to be on top you can not concede from this type of action".

"The second half we scored and then they showed more strength (and were) more aggressive in the situation". You need to show you want to win. 1-1 was the score at halftime, but it didn't last much longer than that.

California Senate rallies votes for tough net neutrality bill
In the Assembly yesterday, six Republicans joined 55 Democrats to pass the bill in a 61-18 vote. The bill would also ban "zero rating", according to NBC .

"It's about energy and communication".

With Son Heung-min returning from representing South Korea at the Asian Games and Erik Lamela missing with a hamstring injury, Pochettino only had one attacking player on his bench in Fernando Llorente.

"We are all focused on ensuring contractors deliver our new stadium in the shortest possible period of time and opening our stadium at the earliest opportunity", chairman Daniel Levy said.

"I think it's a very good wake-up call for everyone and we can listen more when people talk about the reality and not the perception", he said. We can rest a bit some players.

Tottenham looked the most threatening for the remainder of the half, but their only real chance came a minute before the interval when Davinson Sanchez headed over Jan Vertonghen's teasing cross from the left. "Of course, myself first, I am responsible - the guilty one when the team loses".

Share