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Detailed Goal Records

07-Nov-09   Tottenham H   2 - 0   Sunderland     Ref:  K.Friend   35,955

Tottenham H St On Off Gls Asst Card
Assou-Ekotto, B

x

1

Corluka, V

x

Crouch, P

x

1

Defoe, J

x

1

Gomes, H

x

Y

Huddlestone, T

x

1

Jenas, J

x

Palacios, W

x

Woodgate, J

x

King, L

x

59
Keane, R

x

63

1

Kranjcar, N 63
Dawson, M 59
Alnwick, B
Bale, G
Bentley, D
Hutton, A
Pavlyuchenko, R
Sunderland St On Off Gls Asst Card
Bent, D

x

Campbell, F

x

da Silva, P

x

Henderson, J

x

Y

McCartney, G

x

Reid, A

x

Richardson, K

x

Turner, M

x

Y

Gordon, C

x

66
Bardsley, P

x

77
Malbranque, S

x

77
Ferdinand, A 77
Healy, D 77
Fulop, M 66
Meyler, D
Murphy, D
Nosworthy, N
Reed, A


Goal Details
12 minutes
Keane scored with a left foot shot from close in. The goal came from open play and assists were credited to both Assou-Ekotto and Crouch.
68 minutes
Huddlestone scored with a right foot shot from within the penalty area. The goal came from open play and an assist was credited to Defoe.