Chris Hughton takes his Brighton side to Old TraffordHughton’s Brighton side have the chance to finally avenge the club’s narrow defeat to Manchester United in the 1983 final. And the Albion boss will draw inspiration from a rare success at United when he was a Tottenham player in 1980. Spurs won a dramatic replay thanks to Ossie Ardiles’ winner three minutes from the end of extra-time –after midfielder Glenn Hoddle had been forced to go in goal.
On the face of it, this was exactly what Mauricio Pochettino would have wanted after the midweek Champions League exit at the hands of Juventus. The sight of Harry Kane limping out of the Vitality Stadium, however, confirmed this was a victory tinged with significant concern for the Tottenham Hotspur manager. Kane was forced out of the game in the 33rd minute after colliding with Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic as he turned Christian Eriksen’s cross into the net.
An injury to Harry Kane took the gloss off a comfortable victory that moved Tottenham Hotspur up into third place and helped Mauricio Pochettino’s side move on from their midweek Champions League exit at the hand of Juventus. Dele Alli struck his tenth goal of the season after Junior Stanislas had given Bournemouth an early lead before two second half goals from Son Heung-min – taking his tally to seven in four games – and an added time fourth from Serge Aurier completed the win.
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Selecting a term
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