Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham (18.08.2013) Live Commentary

90′
 
Mark Clattenburg blows to end the match. The final score is 0 – 1.
90′
 
It is reported that 23285 spectators are in attendance today.
90′
 
3 minutes of injury time will be added to the second half.
90′
 
Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace) gets a yellow card.
88′
Crystal Palace’s Kevin Phillips has run offside.
88′
Tottenham are coming forward and Jermain Defoe gets in a strike, it misses the target, however.
87′
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Tottenham) goes for goal but the shot is blocked by an alert defence.
86′
 
Andre Villas-Boas (Tottenham) is making a third substitution, with Younes Kaboul replacing Danny Rose.
84′
 
Crystal Palace have been awarded a corner by Mark Clattenburg.
83′
 
Jermain Defoe is on a sub for Roberto Soldado for Tottenham.
83′
Crystal Palace’s Kevin Phillips misses with an attempt on goal.
81′
Tottenham are pushing forward but Nacer Chadli’s finish is wide of the goal.
80′
Tottenham’s Nacer Chadli breaks free at Selhurst Park. But the strike goes wide of the post.
77′
 
Corner awarded to Tottenham.
74′
 
Tottenham have been awarded a corner by Mark Clattenburg.
72′
Nacer Chadli of Tottenham gets in a strike, but is off target.
69′
In London Tottenham attack through Gylfi Sigurdsson. The finish is off target, however.
68′
 
Corner awarded to Tottenham.
66′
 
Ian Holloway is making the team’s second substitution at Selhurst Park with Kevin Phillips replacing Aaron Wilbraham.
66′
 
The home team have replaced Stephen Dobbie with Jonathan Williams. This is the first substitution made today by Ian Holloway.
65′
 
Marouane Chamakh is replacing Owen Garvan for Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
65′
Crystal Palace are coming forward and Dwight Gayle gets in a strike, it misses the target, however.
61′
Etienne Capoue for Tottenham gets in a strike but fails to hit the target.
57′
 
Andre Villas-Boas (Tottenham) is making a first substitution, with Etienne Capoue replacing Moussa Dembele.
56′
 
Crystal Palace have been awarded a corner by Mark Clattenburg.
56′
Damien Delaney (Crystal Palace) gets in a strike but the shot is blocked by a defender.
56′
 
Corner awarded to Crystal Palace.
51′
Mark Clattenburg blows against Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wilbraham for offside.
50′
 
It’s advantage Tottenham in London as Roberto Soldado scores from the spot to make it 1 – 0.
49′
 
The ref points to the spot, it’s a penalty for Tottenham.
46′
 
The second-half is now underway.
45′
 
The ref’s whistle signals the end of the first-half.
45′
In London, Nacer Chadli (Tottenham) misses the target with a header.
45′
 
3 minutes will be added to the first half.
45′
Crystal Palace’s Owen Garvan is on his feet again at Selhurst Park.
43′
 
The match at Selhurst Park is underway again.
42′
 
Owen Garvan is writhing in pain and play has been suspended for a few moments.
35′
 
Tottenham have been awarded a corner by Mark Clattenburg.
35′
Tottenham drive forward and Gylfi Sigurdsson gets in a shot. Without netting, however.
29′
 
Corner awarded to Tottenham.
29′
Tottenham drive upfield and Nacer Chadli gets in a shot. The strike is blocked by a Crystal Palace defender.
27′
Aaron Wilbraham (Crystal Palace) strikes at Selhurst Park but his header is cleared.
24′
Michael Dawson (Tottenham) gets in a powerful header but the ball is cleared away.
24′
 
Tottenham have been awarded a corner by Mark Clattenburg.
21′
Tottenham’s Roberto Soldado misses with an attempt on goal.
18′
Joel Ward returns to the field for Crystal Palace after picking up a slight injury.
18′
 
The match is underway again.
17′
 
The match has been stopped briefly for attention to the injured Joel Ward.
13′
Tottenham apply pressure and a brilliant scoring opportunity is created for Moussa Dembele. But the ball crashes against the crossbar!
9′
 
Corner awarded to Tottenham.
8′
Tottenham attack but Roberto Soldado’s header doesn’t find the target.
7′
Crystal Palace drive forward but Aaron Wilbraham is judged offside.
1′
 
The match has started at Selhurst Park.
 
23285 spectators are watching the match in London.
 
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During the last 7 meetings, Crystal Palace has won 2 times, there have been 3 draws while Tottenham has won 2 times. The goal difference is 8-7 in the favour of Tottenham.