Swansea 1-3 Tottenham Stats and Highlights
Emmanuel Adebayor’s revival under Tim Sherwood continued as he scored twice to pile pressure on injury-hit Swansea.
The Togo international headed Spurs ahead in the 34th minute and fired in his second in the 70th after Chico Flores had scored an own goal.
Wilfried Bony’s volley was little consolation as the Swans fell to their third consecutive Premier League loss.
Tottenham join Liverpool on 43 points after their fifth win in six League games under their new manager.
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Venue: Liberty Stadium
Date: Sunday, 19 January, 2014
Kick off: 13:30 GMT
0-1 Adebayor 35′ | Mobile users click here
0-2 Chico(Own Goal) 54′ | Mobile users click here
0-3 Adebayor 71′ | Mobile users click here
Spurs are unbeaten against Swansea in six league encounters, five of which came in the last three seasons. (W5, D1)
Swansea City’s last league win against Tottenham Hotspur came in October 1982, when Max Thompson and Bob Latchford scored – one of only 10 wins for the relegated Swans that season.
Jimmy Gilligan scored a League Cup second round first-leg winner for Swansea in September 1991, but Spurs rallied to win 5-1 in the return leg at White Hart Lane.
Swansea are without a win in seven Premier League games (D3, L4). It is their worst run of the season.
Their previous longest sequence without a win was nine games in the Championship between November and December 2008.
The Swans have conceded the first goal in 13 of 21 league games.
City have lost four more matches (10) than they had at this stage last season.
Spurs are unbeaten in five league games, winning four and drawing one.
Tottenham have won their last four away league matches.
The nine clean sheets kept by Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris is the joint-highest tally in the Premier League this season.
Michael Dawson is Tottenham’s only ever-present in the Premier League this season.
Four of Roberto Soldado’s five league goals have come from the penalty spot.