Burnley were scattered by a dubious punishment as their Premier League endurance trusts were gouged regardless of a valiant presentation at Tottenham.
Harry Kane scored the main objective of the challenge from the spot somewhere down in first half stoppage time after an extended VAR survey which prompted official Kevin Friend punishing Ashley Barnes for handball. The Clarets players were angry with the choice which came after a doing combating backs to the divider protective showcase which had disappointed Spurs.
Burnley were more daring ready in the last part and conveyed a going after danger with Barnes pounding the post from distance yet the Clarets couldn’t find a leveler in a game which undermined now and again to bubble over in a zesty second time frame.
James Tarkowski is set to miss the Premier League excursion to Tottenham on Sunday.
The middle back limped off right off the bat in the last part against Aston Villa and joins an extended Clarets injury list in front of the last three rounds of the time. And keeping in mind that supervisor Mike Jackson said he was looking out for the degree of the injury, he isn’t supposed to play at Spurs having not prepared with the gathering this week.
Ben Mee and Jay Rodriguez are in almost the same situation with each of the three back running yet far fetched for Sunday. Matej Vydra has experienced a genuine cruciate injury and joins Ashley Westwood on the drawn out truant rundown while Johann Berg Gudmundsson won’t play again this term. Jack Cork has had a back objection yet had the option to prepare on Friday and is supposed to play at Spurs.
Burnley’s fixation levels must be right on the money today. New shape, a XI that will not have played together previously and a Spurs side playing with certainty. Home side seeing all the ball up to this point however Clarets standing firm.
Burnley have barely had the ball or been out of their half however Spurs restricted to several half possibilities up until this point.
Scratch Pope has saved from Kane and Son yet it is all Spurs.