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Saturday, 3 December 2016

1008 games, 25 years, 235 days

SPURS 5 SWANSEA 0


The average age of Spurs starting line-up this season is the youngest in the Premier League - 25 years, 235 days.

Tottenham XI - age - Premier League games
Hugi Lloris (C) - age 29 (140 games)
Kyle Walker - age 26 (161 games)
Eric Dier - age 22 (75 games)
Jan Vertonghen - age 29 (131 games)
Danny Rose - age 26 (97 games)
MousaDembele - age 29 (115 games)
Victor Wanyama - age 25 (9 games - 80 for Southampton)
Christian Eriksen - age 24 (110 games)
Dele Alli - age 20 (41 games)
Son Heung-min - age 24 (38 games)
Harry Kane age 23 (91 games)
Total - 1008 games - average 91.63 games each

Subs
Michel Vorm - age 33 (8 games - 89 for Swansea City)
Kevin Wimmer age 24 (11 games)
Cameron Carter-Vickers - age 18 (0 games)
Harry Winks age 20 (5 games)
Moussa Sissoko - age 27 (6 games - 118 for Newcastle United)
Josh Onomah - age 19 (10 games)
Georges-Kevin N'Koudou - age 21 (3 games)
Total - 43 games - average 6.14 games each

The inexperience didn't show today with a thumping 5-0 win over a Swansea team who came to park the bus. They had 11 men behind the ball and once the first goal went in it was all one way traffic, to be honest it was all one way before the goal too.

As it turned out it was an idea game to give two youngsters some more game time, Harry Winks and Josh Onomah and some encouragement to Moussa Sissoko who weighed in with an assist for Eriksen's second.

The players arriving at White Hart Lane a short while ago...


Back home. šŸ™Œ




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