Soccer-Foyth goes from zero to hero as Spurs beat Crystal Palace
One week after the 20-year-old Argentine defender conceded two penalties in the 3-2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers, he bravely headed home a rebound in the 66th minute as Spurs registered a seventh successive league win over Palace, who are suffering their worst home start to a season for 21 years.
The omens were not good for Palace before kickoff when Wilfried Zaha, without whom they seldom win, was ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Spurs also suffered an injury when Kieran Trippier appeared to sprain his thigh early on and was replaced by Serge Aurier, who provided the brightest moment of a poor first half with a dangerous cross that Dele Alli and Lucas both failed to convert.
Spurs upped the tempo in the second half although they created few chances beyond Foyth's winner and suffered another injury when Erik Lamela left the field streaming with blood after being accidentally kicked in the face.
The win moved Spurs level on points with Chelsea and Liverpool, who both play on Sunday, while only goal difference is keeping Palace out of the drop zone. (Reporting by Neil Robinson; editing by Clare Fallon)
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