Who Was Man Of The Match? Tottenham 1-0 Watford

Match Attendance: 57,672

Who was Man Of The Match? Heung-Min Son

Tottenham aimed for their 300th top-flight home win and today they reached that landmark with a 1-0 win against Watford as Son shone. On what would be his 200th Premier League appearance for Spurs, Heung-Min Son gave his side a Man Of The Match worthy performance to send them top of the table for the international break; he became the first Asian player to achieve this landmark top-flight appearances.


The win saw Nuno Espirito Santo become the second Spurs coach in history to win his opening 3 league games in command. What a way to win over the spurs fans, Arthur Rowe was the first to accomplish in the distant 1949. Spurs are yet to concede a goal this season and have remained unbeaten in the Premier League.

Son’s Match Overview:

Rating: 8.04

Minutes played: 87

Pass accuracy %: 78.4

Touches: 61

Goal contribution:1 Goal

Shots (on target): 3(2)

Dribbles: 3

Crosses (accurate crosses): 10(2)

Key Passes: 2

Celebrate his achievement and get Son’s Home kit from the Tottenham Hotspur Shop or the plain home kit from Pro-Direct Soccer.

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The Hornets’ only top-flight away win over Tottenham came in May 1985, when they triumphed 5-1 at White Hart Lane. Their keeper Daniel Bachman had a decent performance despite the loss, he made sure the score wasn’t any worse in our opinion. Let’s take a look at his stats here:

Bachmann’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.20

Minutes played: 90

Pass accuracy %: 61.5

Clearances: 1

Blocked shots: 0

Saves: 7

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