Hull City 1-1 Tottenham Highlights

Shane Long scored his first Hull City goal as Steve Bruce’s side held Champions League hopefuls Tottenham.

January signing Long curled in early on after being put clear by strike partner Nikica Jelavic.

That was Hull’s first league goal in 2014 and they almost added a second when Jelavic sent a free-kick wide.

Paulinho equalised for Spurs with a smart turn and shot, with Jelavic denied a late winner for Hull when his low drive was kept out by Hugo Lloris.

Watch English Premier League match, Hull City Vs Tottenham highlights here.

Venue: KC Stadium
Date: Saturday, 1 February, 2014

1-0 Long 12′ | Mobile users click here

1-1 Paulinho 62′ | Mobile users click here


Tottenham have won their only two Premier League games at Hull – the last game in Yorkshire ended 5-1 to Spurs, with Jermain Defoe netting a hat-trick.

Spurs won the reverse fixture this season thanks to a late Roberto Soldado penalty.

Hull City

Hull have gone four league games without either a goal or a point since putting six past Fulham.

They have earned nearly four times as many points from their 11 home league games (18) than in 12 away fixtures (five points).

The Tigers, along with Cardiff, have had the fewest shots on target in the league this season (71).

George Boyd is the most used substitute in the division this season (15 times).

New signing Nikica Jelavic has failed to score in any of his 11 Premier League appearances this term.


Only Arsenal (26) have earned more points on their travels than Tottenham (25) this season, with the Gunners having played one game more.

Spurs have won their last five away league games, their best run since 1960. However, their last clean sheet on the road was seven games ago, on 3 November.

Soldado’s decisive penalty in the corresponding fixture on 27 October was his fourth league goal of the season; he’s scored just once in 10 Premier League appearances since.

In contrast, Emmanuel Adebayor has scored five goals in his last seven league games.

Spurs have won nine of their 11 games against bottom-half opposition (D1, L1).

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