Kane Two Goals, Spurs Bow QPR

Kane Two Goals, Spurs Bow QPR

Kane Two Goals, Spurs Bow QPR

London – Tottenham Hotspur successfully defeating Queens Park Rangers 2-1. Harry Kane inspires Spurs victory with two goals in a game pack at Loftus Road on Saturday (03/07/2015).

Three figures bagged makes Tottenham moved up to sixth with a collection of 50 points, three points ahead of Manchester United in the fourth position of the standings. While QPR dragged into the red zone with ranks 18th with the acquisition of 22 points.

Both teams each purchase attacks since the game started. Spurs finally able to score the opening goal through Kane once to end the first half with a 1-0 advantage.

In the second half, Kane scored his second goal in this match to enlarge Spurs score 2-0. Sandro breaking goal to minimize missed his former QPR but failed to prevent them from defeat.

The game

QPR missed a neat opportunity in the 19th minute. Charlie Austin effort from close range can still be saved Hugo Lloris.

Another pressure from the home side in the 30th minute. Matt Phillips cut into the penalty box before unleashing a bait to Austin. Spurs defense failure to cut the ball allowing Austin has a space shot hit the crossbar but the execution.

Tottenham split deadlock in the 34th minute. Welcoming the free kick Andros Townsend, Kane ball before Robert Green could intercept thrilling goal for QPR. Tottenham 1-0 lead.

Four minutes later, QPR claimed a penalty after Mauricio Isla fell down in the box. Steven Caulker release the feed side to Isla, but after touching the ball Lloris rush ahead. The ball past the keeper immediately driven January Vertonghen. The referee declares the game continues.

In injury time, Spurs created a golden opportunity. Ryan Mason free standing on the right side outside the penalty area, the kick was strong but measured horizontally forcing Green fell to ward off the ball.

Quick counter-attack in the hands of crude QPR Lloris. Free from the offside trap, Austin shot from a narrow angle but still be ignored.

Spurs enlarge scoring in the 68th minute. From a long pass Mason in the game itself, Kane escaped the offside trap before it struck into the net after outwit Green. Tottenham 2-0 QPR.

QPR turn up to create a goal back in the 75th minute. Receiving feedback Bobby Zamora, Sandro fired scalable nesting near near post to change the score to 1-2.

QPR claimed a penalty anymore. Zamora shot blocked Nabil Bentaleb considered on hand. However, again the referee is not interested. The game continues.
After scoring a reply, QPR ore aggressive and repeatedly pounding the Spurs. However, the Spurs were able to survive and maintain a 2-1 lead until the dissolution.
QUEENS PARK RANGERS: Green, Onuoha, Ferdinand, Caulker, Yun, Isla (Hoilet 71 ‘), Henry (Grego-Cox 88’), Sandro, Austin Phillips, Zamora

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: Lloris, Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Davies, Mason, Bentaleb, Townsend (Dembele 65 ‘), Eriksen (Stambouli 88’), Chadli (Lamela 79 ‘), Kane