Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

buaksib oppabet gambling website 2022


Wilson’s penalty goal led to a draw with Tottenham 

In a 1-1 draw against a dominant Tottenham side, in the 96th-minute Callum Wilson hit a dramatic penalty to take a draw.

When Giovani Lo Celso’s free-kick drew a fine diving save from Karl Darlow, who responded quickly to block Harry Kane’s close-range rebound shot, Spurs almost took the lead within four minutes.

Minutes later and Darlow was at it again, parrying from near range a Kane header as the hosts hit with all the possession on the pressure.

And when Kane turned provider to take out Lucas Moura for a tap-in at the far post, Newcastle were eventually separated. Though Son Heung-Min struck the post and the bar, Eric Dier almost doubled their lead, but somehow the Magpies made it down to only one goal at the interval.

Erik Lamela forced another fine saving from the excellent Darlow, while Kane also attempted a second down the ’keeper’s throat with a beautifully struck volley.

Three points never looked in any doubt as Newcastle failed to secure a 90-minute shot on goal for the second consecutive week, although Spurs produced even fewer opportunities than in the first half and struggled to double their lead.

But VAR and handball controversy erupted once again this season when Newcastle received a 95th-minute penalty after Dier was considered to have handled.

Wilson made no mistake from the spot, slotting past Hugo Lloris for an unexpected draw.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Wilson’s penalty goal led to a draw with Tottenham 

With Hugo Lloris totally uninvolved for most of the game, Newcastle started the second half brightly but struggled to pressure the Spurs goal.

Tottenham – Newcastle United 1-1

Goals: Moura 25 – Wilson 90+7.

Yellow Cards: Winks 90+6 – Shelvey 44, Joelinton 53, Lewis 82, Hayden 90.

Tottenham: Lloris, Doherty, Sanchez, Dier, Davies, Hojbjerg, Winks, Lucas Moura (Lamela 79), Lo Celso (Ndombele 77), Son Heung-Min (Bergwijn 45), Kane.

Newcastle United:  Darlow, Manquillo, Hayden, Lascelles, Fernandez, Ritchie (Lewis 69), Almiron (Caroll 77), Shelvey, Hendrick (Murphy 74), Joelinton, Wilson.

You May Also Like


In the return leg of the Europa League semi-final, clash Arsenal held a goalless draw against Villarreal. Unai Emery’s players will play in the...


Mark Clattenburg was always ‘box office’ as a referee in the Premier League and in Europe, but for the right reasons. Before hanging up...


Pep Guardiola described his Manchester City players as “legends” after they staged an astonishing fightback to beat Aston Villa and deny Liverpool the Premier...


According to a Russian outlet Championat report, veteran defender Branislav Ivanovic is West Brom’s target to sign him on a free transfer. Slaven Bilic...