In my preview I said heart says win and head says draw, so it seems my head was right. Didn’t get the win but managed to extend our unbeaten run to 7 matches in the Premier League.
One of those games that would have been great for the neutral but not if you were a fan of either side.
A frustrating day at The Liberty but credit to the side for going behind twice and getting back level both times.
Christian Eriksen looked lively today and his two free kicks were top draw, just a shame he couldn’t replicate last season’s late goal and complete his hat-trick
Harry Kane, dear oh dear. He really doesn’t need to be there when the opposition are taking a corner, if he does then at least put a player on the post. That’s now twice he has scored an Own Goal for the Opposition.
Andros Townsend was absolute dross. Picking the wrong option so many times, we wasted so many opportunities when he was on the ball.
Hugo Lloris. Captain, Leader, Hero. A fantastic save in injury time to thwart Swansea getting a dramatic late winner.
Today was most apparent that we needed a striker to finish off all the countless chances. For all our possession in the final third, once Dembele came on you knew that the day was pretty much done.
Kyle Walker was run ragged today especially in the first half and has to take his share of the blame for Swansea’s opener.
The Centre Midfield partnership of Dele Alli and Eric Dier gains more experience with every game which in the long run can only be a positive.
So honours even in Wales as Spurs stay 8th in the table. A win would have taken us 4th so maybe a cased of opportunity missed this afternoon. Next up after the international break is Liverpool at home.