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Jan 17, 2021 at 2pm UK
Sheff UtdSheffield United
1-3
SpursTottenham Hotspur
McGoldrick (59')
Norwood (23'), Lundstram (50'), Egan (86'), Ampadu (90+1')
FT(HT: 0-2)
Aurier (5'), Kane (40'), Ndombele (62')

Result: Tanguy Ndombele among the goals as Tottenham Hotspur beat Sheffield United

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The Blades had just got it back to 2-1 at Bramall Lane when the Frenchman netted a superb third goal for the visitors.

Tanguy Ndombele’s moment of magic helped Tottenham ease to a much-needed 3-1 win at rock-bottom Sheffield United.

The club’s record signing produced an outrageous flicked finish at a vital point of the second half to restore Spurs’ two-goal lead and help them clinch just their second Premier League win in seven.

The Blades had just got back into the game through David McGoldrick’s header after first-half Serge Aurier and Harry Kane goals had put the visitors in command.

Tanguy Ndombele hooked a superb finish past Aaron Ramsdale with the outside of his right boot to restore Spurs’ two-goal lead (Mike Egerton/{PA)

Spurs, who have thrown away 10 points from winning positions this season, might have been feeling nervy, but Ndombele came to the rescue with his goal-of-the-season contender.

It helped Jose Mourinho’s side, who left Dele Alli at home amid speculation surrounding his future, get some momentum ahead of their next league game in 10 days against Liverpool.

For Sheffield United it was their 16th defeat of the campaign and suggested Tuesday’s first win of the season against Newcastle may have been a false dawn in terms of hopes of a great escape.

Indeed, they soon found themselves in a familiar losing position as Tottenham needed less than five minutes to go ahead.

Serge Aurier opened the scoring at Bramall Lane (Mike Egerton/PA)

Steven Bergwijn’s rasping drive from the edge of the area forced a fine save out of Aaron Ramsdale, who acrobatically tipped over.

But from the resulting corner, Ramsdale was in no-man’s land and Aurier nodded into an empty net from Son Heung-min’s delivery.

Son was almost on the scoresheet minutes later as Kane slipped him through on goal but, with Ramsdale advancing, his clipped effort hit the outside of the post.

Spurs had some defending to do as Joe Rodon and Eric Dier both made important blocks, but they continued to look dangerous on the break.

David McGoldrick halved the deficit to briefly give the Blades hope just before the hour mark (Mike Egerton/PA)

Ramsdale had another scary moment as he clawed away Ethan Ampadu’s skewed clearance.

But they got the crucial second goal five minutes before the break as Kane produced a fine finish.

Receiving the ball from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, the England captain turned and drilled a low shot into the bottom corner from 20 yards for his 12th league goal of the season.

Mourinho’s side may have been fearing the worst when McGoldrick got the Blades back in the contest just before the hour.

The striker got to John Fleck’s inviting delivery first and glanced into the bottom corner.

But any hopes the Blades had of getting back into it were killed just three minutes later by Ndombele’s moment of magic.

Spurs won possession back high up the pitch, Bergwijn played the Frenchman in with a chipped ball and, as the danger seemed to have passed, Ndombele, running away from goal, sent a flick back over his shoulder with the outside of his boot which looped over Ramsdale and into the far corner.

The visitors had chances to rack up a more handsome win, but Kane, surprisingly, was in a wasteful mood as he twice failed to hit the target from inviting positions on the edge of the area.

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Premier League Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Manchester CityMan City33245469244577
2Manchester UnitedMan Utd32199464352966
3Leicester CityLeicester32185958372159
4Chelsea321510750311955
5West Ham UnitedWest Ham32167953421155
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8Everton31147104340349
9Arsenal32137124436846
10Leeds UnitedLeeds32144145050046
11Aston Villa31135134435944
12Wolverhampton WanderersWolves32118133241-941
13Crystal Palace31108133352-1938
14Southampton32106164058-1836
15Newcastle UnitedNewcastle3298153553-1835
16Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton32713123338-534
17Burnley3289152645-1933
18Fulham33512162543-1827
19West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom3259182862-3424
RSheffield UnitedSheff Utd3242261756-3914
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