Queens Park Rangers a Draw Tottenham Hotspur With The Score 0-0
Notes winning streak Tottenham Hotspur halted Queens Park Rangers
Note Tottenham Hotspur win streak halted, for Tottenham Hotspur, these results make a record winning streak stopped at number three. Earlier, Tottenham Hotspur consecutive beat Aston Villa, Sunderland and Reading. In the match at Loftus Road on Saturday (12/01/2013), QPR Adel Taarabt appears to rely on a false nine. Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur still rely on the duo Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe up front.
Statistics Soccernet Tottenham Hotspur noted that dominated the match. Tottenham Hotspur superior ball control up to 62% and more shooting. The Lilywhites releasing 18 shots throughout the game, in which seven of which were on target. While QPR only four.
In the game Harry Redknapp reunion with former team this besutannya, QPR could break with an attack in the early minutes. But Jamie Mackie and Taarabt efforts have not produced results. Taarabt’s free kick did not even lead to nowhere. Defoe then get a chance in the fifth minute, but his shot was saved by Julio Cesar could and hit the pole. Adebayor then struck the ball gag, but Cesar was again able to perform a rescue.
In the second half, Tottenham Hotspur back a few chances created. One is when Aaron Lennon violated a little outside the box and Tottenham Hotspur get a free kick. Was executed free kick by Kyle Walker. He directed his shot to the far post, and Cesar could not move to reach it. Unfortunately for Walker, his shot was deviated slightly in the next goal. Spurs continued to press, but many times businesses Tottenham Hotspur ended nil. Score 0-0 to decorate the scoreboard at the end of the match QPR V Tottenham Hotspur. Position Tottenham Hotspur remain in the top three standings with a value of 40. Meanwhile, QPR moved up one rank to No. 19 with a collection of 14.
Lineup QPR V Tottenham Hotspur:
Queens Park Rangers: Cesar, Hill, Onuoha, Nelsen, Fabio, Derry, Park, M’Bia, Taarabt, Wright-Phillips, Mackie.
Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Vertonghen, Naughton, Dawson, Walker, Lennon (Sigurdsson 80), Bale, Dembele, Sandro (Parker 25), Adebayor (Dempsey 69), Defoe.