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Norwich 0-3 Spurs - the key stats

03 February 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

The stats that matter from our 3-0 victory against Norwich City at Carrow Road.

As it stands - Tuesday night's win lifted us into third in the Premier League with Arsenal held by Southampton.

Away run continues - We stretched our unbeaten away run in the Premier League to 11 games.

Dele's record - Dele Alli's seventh Premier League goal of the season topped our previous best in terms of goals scored by a teenager in a Premier League season - Nick Barmby's six in 1992-93.


First for Kevin - Kevin Wimmer made his first start in the Premier League.

Harry's night - MOTM Harry Kane made it 15 goals in his last 18 games in the Premier League. He scored twice, hit the post twice, had six shots (three on target), a 74% pass completion and won three tackles.

Keeping the ball - We had 54% possession over the match with 63% as we dominated the first half.

Below: Graphic showing Toby Alderweireld's 10 passes to Kyle Walker


Passing game - We made 416 passes to Norwich's 342. Mousa Dembele led the way with 49 at 89% accuracy.

Shooting boots - We had 17 efforts at goal (including blocks) to Norwich's 11 with 14 in the first half.

Getting stuck in - We won 25 of 28 challenges with Mousa Dembele winning seven.


Line-ups - Norwich (4-4-1-1) - Rudd; Ivo Pinto, Klose, Bassong, Olsson; Howson, Tettey (c), Mulumbu, Jarvis (Jerome 70); Naismith (Odjidja 74); Dieumerci Mbokani. Substitutes (not used): Ruddy, Martin, Hoolahan, Redmond, Bennett.

Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c); Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose; Dembele, Dier; Alli (Chadli 46), Eriksen (Lamela 90+1), Son (Carroll 70); Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Bentaleb.

Yellow cards - Norwich - Bassong 29, Tettey 89. Spurs - Alderweireld 58, Rose 88.

Referee - Kevin Friend.

Attendance - 27,089.