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Spurs 0-1 Palace - the key stats

21 February 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

The stats that mattered from our 1-0 loss against Crystal Palace in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

As it stands - Martin Kelly's goal in first half injury time consigned us to a first defeat in 10 in all competitions. It was also the first time we've failed to score in 12 cup matches this season.

Next up - We take on Fiorentina in the second leg of our Europa League Round of 32 tie on Thursday night. The tie stands at 1-1 after last week's first leg in Florence.

Below: Harry Kane's stats against Palace - 100% passing accuracy


Goals - Palace - Kelly (45+1, 0-1).

Keeping the ball - We had 65% possession.

Below: The chalkboard highlights our 19 attempts at goal against Palace


Shooting boots - We had 19 efforts at goal to Palace's nine, including four shots on target. We also had 10 shots blocked and 10 of our 19 attempts came from outside the box.

Passing game - We made 441 passes to Palace's 229 with an 86/2% accuracy. We also put in 25 crosses.

Below: Danny Rose's numbers against Palace


Busy day for Danny - Danny Rose had most touches with 80 and completed an 84% accuracy from 39 passes.

Cornered - There were 22 corners in the game - we had 13.

Getting stuck in - We won 79.3% of our 29 tackles.

Below: Graphic shows the action areas in the game


Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Vorm, Walker, Wimmer, Dier, Rose, Dembele (Eriksen 46), Bentaleb, Alli (Mason 80), Onomah, Son (Chadli 67), Kane (c). Substitutes (not used): McGee, Alderweireld, Trippier, Winks.

Palace (4-4-2) - Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Delaney (c), Kelly, Zaha, Cabaye (Jedinak 80), Ledley, Mutch, Wickham, Adebayor (Bolasie 76). Substitutes (not used): McCarthy, Mariappa, Campbell, Lee, Gayle.

Yellow cards - Spurs – Rose; Palace – Cabaye, Bolasie.

Referee - Craig Pawson.

Attendance - 35,547.