Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League - 3 November 2018

Emmett Rice
November 4, 2018

Penalties from Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez - after league debutant Juan Foyth conceded both spot kicks - set up a grandstand finish at Molineux as the hosts fell short.

Good evening and welcome to Sports Mole's live text coverage of the Premier League clash between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur.

With a vacancy in the Madrid dugout, Spurs manager Pochettino has emerged as a favourite after he made negative comments before his side's 0-1 defeat to Manchester City in the Premier League.

"It was a very good performance".

"I'm very thankful to the Club, happy to finally sort it out", Alli told the official Tottenham website. "It is not a window where you can do many things and not affect the dynamic of the team and the group". It is a team that is always going to give the faith in each game.

"I'm so pleased. To win here is always hard but we showed great character, great personality and the team competed very well".

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Lamela and Moura scored within three minutes of each other in the first half before Kane netted his eighth of the season after the break.

"We will see which players can repeat, some can be on the bench and some they need to rest. We have to grow and get better".

"We want trophies, not only for us but for the fans as well, and it will be that bit more special winning it here together with the amount of work we've done", he said.

However, the Spaniard's time in the dugout lasted only 14 games as he was sacked on Monday night following Madrid's 5-1 Clasico defeat to Barcelona - their fifth loss in six games.

"At 2-0 the reaction was good".

"We play football to the end, sometimes we get rewarded and sometimes we don't". "It's what the competition is all about, we're ready to go so we'll be looking forward to it".

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