Hull – Tottenham Hotspur managed to maximize the expulsion of an opponent to win. Left earlier than Hull City, the Lilywhites finally turned won 2-1 thanks to goals from Christian Eriksen in the final minutes.
Hosted Hull at the KC Stadium on Sunday (11/23/2014), Tottenham conceded a goal in the eighth minute by their former players, Jake Livermore. Livermore crosscourt shot from outside the box could not be reached Hugo Lloris and bring Hull 1-0.
After that, Hull continued pounding the Tottenham defense and forced Lloris fall up to save his goal. Recorded Lloris made two crucial rescue, ie, when the flick dismissed Robbie Brady in the 22nd minute and shot Gaston Ramirez in the next minute.
Tottenham had a chance to equalize the score in the first half. But, kicking Erik Lamela in the 38th minute countered by Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor. Until the break, Tottenham are still behind 0-1.
Disastrous for Hull came four minutes after the restart. Ramirez was given a straight red card after roughing January Vertonghen in the situation without the ball.
Excellence number of players used by Tottenham to equalize in the 61st minute. Starting from Eriksen‘s free kick hit the pole, Harry Kane is in the right position to poke the ball rebounded into the goal.
When the game entered the 90th minute, the visitors turned to lead 2-1. Eriksen fired measured from outside the penalty box that thrilling goal Hull.
This result puts Tottenham in the tenth position of the Premier League standings with 17 points from 12 matches. Hull, ranked 16th with 11 points.
Hull City: McGregor; El Mohamady, Dawson, Davies, Robertson; Huddlestone (Rosenior 64 ‘), Livermore, Ben Arfa (Meyler 57‘), Ramirez, Brady (Quinn 87 ‘); Jelavic
Tottenham: Lloris; Dier (Chiriches 46 ‘), Fazio, Vertonghen, Davies; Eriksen, Mason, Dembele (Lennon 59 ‘), Lamela; Kane, Soldado (Paulinho 79 ‘).