Late Ake header sinks nine-man Spurs

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Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake scored a stoppage time victor to break nine-man Tottenham's resistance and earn a 1-0 victory on Saturday.

Tottenham's task was made all the more hard two minutes before the interval when forward Son Heung-min was sent off for pushing Jefferson Lerma and halftime substitute Juan Foyth lasted 125 seconds before seeing red for a lunging tackle.

The North London club were unable to create any of their chances in the first-half, as teenager Mark Travers impressed on debut for Bournemouth.

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"You need that spirit to win away from home, you need things to go your way, you need that extra quality".

He had previously played for Shamrock Rovers and Lucan United, and most recently featured on the bench for Ireland in the recent Euro 2020 qualifier against Gibraltar.

The game finished 1-0 to Bournemouth thanks to a late goal from Nathan Ake, but the Maynooth man was instrumental in Bournemouth earning all three points.

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The game is a must-win for Spurs who need to secure Champions League qualification and give them the boost they need ahead of next week's Champions League clash with Ajax.

He said: "I think it is a huge achievement [to be in the PL for another season], but the problem is that it gets boring for everybody here". "If it does not happen we will be proud because nobody expected Tottenham to be in the position they are today".

Their resources already stretched, their symptoms of fatigue all too apparent, Tottenham Hotspur concocted just about as dispiriting a preparation for Wednesday's Champions League semi-final at Ajax as possible. Their quarter-final meeting with Juve was more of a close affair, but the Amsterdammers answered everything asked of them, inflicting a consecutive last eight exit on Allegri's men now boasting five-time Ballon d'Or recipient Cristiano Ronaldo.

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It has seemed in recent weeks that none of the teams occupying third to sixth in the Premier League want to finish in the top four and Tottenham, having dominated from the off on Saturday, found a new way to slip up.