Spurs 3-0 Norwich - the key stats
26 December 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
The stats that mattered from our 3-0 win against Norwich City at the Lane on Boxing Day.
How it stands - We remain fourth in the Premier League after the 3-0 victory, two points ahead of Palace in fifth.
Boxing Day run continues - We're now 11 matches unbeaten on Boxing Day, winning eight.
Goals - Harry Kane (26, penalty, 42), Tom Carroll (80).
Harry's goal-den 2015 - Harry Kane's double took him to 49 Spurs goals in 101 appearances and 13 in all competitions this season. He has now scored 27 goals in the Premier League in 2015.
Love the Boxing Day ⚽️ tradition, especially when we top it off with a win! Well done @tom_carroll92 on your first PL goal. Roll on Monday!— Kyle Walker (@kylewalker2) December 26, 2015
Tom's first - Tom Carroll scored his first Premier League goal for us in his 14th PL appearance - he also played 13 times in the PL for Swansea on loan last season.
Keeping the ball - We registered 60% possession over the 90 minutes, 65% in the first half.
Passing game - We made 527 passes to Norwich's 341. Mousa Dembele completed 54 passes with Alex Tettey top for Norwich on 43. Of our 527 passes, 52 were over 35 yards.
Shooting boots - We had 15 shots to Norwich's 11. Of the 15, 10 were on target and eight of those from inside the penalty area. Dele Alli had most with three.
Corners - We had nine corners to Norwich's four.
Getting stuck in - We won 19 of 21 challenges with Erik Lamela top on five. We only conceded four fouls to Norwich's 13. Alli was fouled most (5).
Yellows - Eric Dier picked up our only card. Howson and Tettey were also booked.
Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris, Walker, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Davies, Dier, Dembele (Chadli 86), Lamela, Alli (Son 78), Eriksen (Carroll 72), Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Rose, Trippier, Bentaleb.
Norwich (4-4-1-1) - Rudd, Martin, Bassong, Bennett, Olsson, Redmond, Tettey, Mulumbu (Howson 73), Brady (Mbokani 78), Odjidja-Ofoe (Dorrans 73), Jerome. Substitutes (not used): Ruddy, Whittaker, Hoolahan, Lafferty.
Referee - Mike Jones.
Attendance - 35,198.