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[watch online!!] Today: Fulham - Tottenham live free 29 August 2023

Fulham, meanwhile, will be looking to get their first points on the board against Burnley next Sunday and that game is also on Sky Sports Premier League. The managersMauricio Pochettino: "It was a tough game but I think we deserved the victory. We domninated completely and created a lot of chances but we dropped our performance a little bit and became sloppy and they were better in the first 15-20 minutes [of the second half]. "Of course, it's only the beginning of the season but it is so important to win games but we can improve, we conceded too many chances today and against Newcastle. "There were different players today and a different system, we are still building our fitness and focus out of possession and we need to be more clinical. "Slavisa Jokanovic: "It's a shame, we made a great effort.

The result means that Spurs have collected six points from their opening two games this season while Fulham, despite a promising performance, are still without a point. Player ratings Tottenham: Lloris (7), Alderweireld (6), Sanchez (5), Vertonghen (6), Trippier (8), Dier (7), Eriksen (6), Davies (7), Lucas (8), Dele (7), Kane (7) Subs: Dembele (7), Lamela (7), Winks (N/A) Fulham: Fabri (7), Fosu-Mensah (6), Chambers (6), Le Marchand (6), Bryan (7), Seri (7), Anguissa (6), Cairney (7), Kamara (6), Sessegnon (6), Mitrovic (7) Subs: Johansen (6), Christie (N/A), Schurrle (N/A) Man of the match: Kieran Trippier It had been a tough week for Spurs following the news that their move into the new stadium at White Hart Lane had been delayed but they made a fast start at their temporary home. Lucas missed a gilt-edged chance with a header before Kane saw a goal ruled out shortly afterwards when the Brazilian had been adjudged to have fouled Fabri in the build-up.

As it happened: Fulham 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur in Premier

Kane also had a penalty appeal waved away in a decision that incensed his manager Mauricio Pochettino. After a subdued start, Fulham grew into the game and had two decent opportunities to score after the half-hour mark as Tom Cairney and long-term Spurs transfer target Ryan Sessegnon forced Hugo Lloris into smart saves. Sandwiched in between those efforts was a Christian Eriksen free-kick that drew a good stop from Fabri. However, it was Spurs who took the lead and it was an exceptional strike that broke the deadlock. Lucas was lively from the outset and when Calum Chambers' clearance fell to his feet he confidently dispatched a curling effort with his weaker left foot beyond the despairing dive of Fabri for his first Premier League goal on 43 minutes. Team news Mauricio Pochettino made two changes to his side from last weekend's win over Newcastle with Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier replacing Moussa Sissoko and Serge Aurier. Those alterations meant that Spurs started in a 3-4-3 system.

An erratic performance from the Ivorian, despite an assist, opened the door for Trippier to return to the side and Mauricio Pochettino will be pleased that he made the change as he scored the crucial second goal. Aside from his excellent free-kick, Trippier was a constant presence on the right flank with only Jan Vertonghen (96) touching the ball more times than him (93) while he also completed four crosses and created two chances. An excellent all-round display. What's next? Spurs are next in action on Bank Holiday Monday when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Notes for Southgate Gareth Southgate will have been pleased with what he saw from his England contingent as a number of Spurs players impressed at Wembley. Harry Kane and Kieran Trippier were both on the scoresheet, Eric Dier performed well in midfield and Dele Alli was a constant threat with his intelligent movement. He would have also been pleased to see Harry Winks make his long-awaited return from injury as the midfielder came on in the latter stages for his first appearance since February. The third came swiftly afterwards as Kane, after 15 games, 1065 minutes and 49 shots, finally scored his first Premier League goal in August.

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