Tottenham Hotspur Hammers Bournemouth With A 5-0 Win

Tottenham Hotspur Hammers Bournemouth With A 5-0 Win

Tottenham Hotspur Hammers Bournemouth With A 5-0 Win. Tottenham Hotspur’s festive goal glut continued on Boxing Day as they cruised to a 5-0 Premier League win against Bournemouth..

Tottenham Hotspur Hammers Bournemouth With A 5-0 Win

Spurs Hammers Bournemouth

Yet another dominant display saw Tottenham Hotspur beat Bournemouth 5-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday.

Tottenham Hotspur’s festive goal glut continued on Boxing Day as they cruised to a 5-0 Premier League win against Bournemouth that sends them above Manchester City into second.

Meanwhile, having given Everton a nightmare before Christmas in a 6-2 victory at Goodison Park on Sunday, three first-half goals laid the foundations for another convincing triumph.

Kyle Walker-Peters seemingly still had some presents to hand out as he provided the assists for Christian Eriksen, Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura to find the net before the break.

However, Harry Kane and Son then made it five after the interval for a victory that lifts Spurs a point clear of floundering City.

Tottenham Hotspur looked lively in the opening stages but it was Bournemouth who had the first clear-cut opportunities to break the deadlock.

Moreover, Junior Stanislas got in the way of Ryan Fraser, as he attempted to head a right-wing cross goalwards, before David Brooks failed to lift the ball over Hugo Lloris after being played in by a perfectly weighted Jefferson Lerma chip.

Meanwhile, Lerma was involved when the breakthrough came at the other end in the 16th minute, Eriksen’s shot from 20 yards taking a wicked deflection off the Colombian’s leg to leave Asmir Begovic beaten.

Unfortunately, Spurs’ second followed seven minutes later, when Charlie Daniels failed to clear his lines and allowed Walker-Peters to snatch possession, passing inside to Son, who picked his spot and fired low into the bottom right-hand corner of the net.

Spurs Hammers Bournemouth

Tottenham Hotspur Hammers Bournemouth With A 5-0 Win

The match looked beyond Bournemouth by the 35th minute, with Lucas sweeping home a Walker-Peters cutback for Spurs’ third.

Bournemouth’s problems got worse before half-time, with captain Simon Francis stretchered from the field with a serious-looking injury after a challenge on Son, while a Daniels header was kept out by Lloris on the whistle.

More so, Spurs were lucky not to concede a penalty when Juan Foyth barged Callum Wilson over in the box early in the second period, before Stanislas was correctly flagged offside having found the net.

The result was put beyond all doubt in the 61st minute, though, when Kane met a delightful Eriksen chip with a hooked volley to beat Begovic, and Son added further gloss after Bournemouth somehow failed to get rid of the ball amid a goalmouth scramble.

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