Tottenham vs. Wolves result highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League


Harry Kane entered the record books for the most goals for one club in Premier League history as the England captain’s second-half header saw Tottenham Hotspur beat a stubborn Wolverhampton Wanderers in north London. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

After hitting the crossbar with a header in either half at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Kane headed Ivan Perisic’s header past Jose Sa and sent Spurs to the top of the table.

Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League
Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League

Slick Wolves had the better of the first half, limiting their hosts to one shot on goal while repeating the sloppy style that has characterized their winless start to the season.


Club-record signing Mathis Nunes made a promising impact on the forward’s first start for the club alongside Goncalo Guedes, the midfielder curling a header just wide after beating home goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Tottenham turned their intensity at the start of the second half, with Kane only to be denied by the crossbar when he arrowed home a diving header from Dejan Klosewski’s right-wing cross.

Son Heung-min sent a shot wide of the near post after dangerous work from Koleczewski as Spurs pressed to break the deadlock.

Manager Antonio Conte looked relieved as Kane scored his 185th top-flight goal for Spurs, breaking Sergio Aguero’s club record for one of the most direct goals ever by the clinical marksman. Can score.

Lage sent on Raul Jimenez, who scored as Wolves and won 2-0 at Tottenham last season, but the easy-on-the-eyes visitors could not end their wait for a Premier League goal now four games into the game. The hour has passed.

No can, no use?

Tottenham tried to trouble Wolves during the first half and was rocketed on the rebound by Conte, who must have felt it was the kind of test that would give them the three points to prove their title. There was a need to pick up — or even top four — credentials

Klosowski and Perisic were impressed with their deliveries as the playmaker contributed to his excellent work outside the penalty area and the wing-back repeatedly provided inviting crosses from unexpected positions under pressure.

Even though Beta was calmer than usual and Kane was often thwarted by a crowd of players, there was still a sense of inevitability that the Wolves could risk their key target if they failed to find their killer instincts. will

“It was a tough game,” Kane admitted afterwards, speaking to BT Sport after another milestone and a weekend when the club marked their 10th year in the top flight. Points earned.

“Credit to Wolves, they played well. In the second half, we came out with real intensity, kept the ball better, pressed better and got the goal we deserved.

Kane was not entirely confident when asked if Spurs have the new resilience to respond positively when games are not going their way.

“Time will tell as the season goes on,” he said, before two away games in four days for Tottenham from Matchday 4, travelling to Nottingham Forest and West Ham.

 It’s been a great 9 or 10 years playing in the Premier League and hopefully, I have a lot more time left.”

The familiar lack of bite will worry the wolves.

Wolves boss Bruno Laga sounded cool and confident as he spoke ahead of the game about his side’s need to add aggression to their wide game, although he added a cautious note of caution that his new signings should How long can it take to settle?

Guedes was making his first start since arriving from Valencia for £27.5m, and Matheus Nunes, his £38m arrival from Sporting CP on Thursday, was a club-record signing.

Supporters will be desperate for their creative and attacking players to make an impact after a lopsided defeat at Leeds and a 0-0 draw at home to Fulham in which Wolves had 60 per cent possession but just one shot on target.

The absence of a win since April 2 doesn’t help the pressure, leaving their complex game and free-flowing football a dampening factor and frustration.

You wouldn’t know the Wolves pack were short on goals and points during their first-half performance. Reflecting their coach’s temperament from the off, the visitors did most of their good work in Tottenham’s final third, stifling the home support with an occasionally uncertain backline and several nervy moments for Test goalkeeper Lloris. Made sure.

Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League
Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League

That said, it was still a game to draw as many groans as applause from the away fans. Nunes and Pedro Neto were among the culprits as the Wolves failed to make 10 of 11 shots on goal before the break.

His link-up play was often a joy to watch and his neat passing constantly kept Spurs on the back foot, leaving them chasing shadows at times as they conceded fouls in dangerous areas, Conte said. To the expected dissatisfaction of.

Liverpool and Wolves next face Newcastle United, Bournemouth and Southampton before taking on Manchester City in back-to-back games. It will be a surprise and a big blow if they can’t get the long-awaited win in those matches, unless – broken record alert – they blow away their chances.

Spurs vs Wolves Final Score

 1H 2H Final

Spurs 0 1 1

Wolves 0 0 0

Goal: Kane (64)

Spurs vs Wolves live updates and highlights

Full-time: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Richarlison has one last chance of the game, curling a low shot past the near post from inside the penalty area on the left.

The final whistle blows! A roar goes up — Tottenham top the table! It was anything but easy in the first half as the Wolves asserted themselves and had all the chances, rueing the deficits when a much improved Spurs scored the only goal of the game through Kane’s header. The talisman took his side to four points in six days after the last-gasp draw at Chelsea last week!

92 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Hojbjerg sent a low shot towards the goal from inside the penalty area. Dives in to claim.

89 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Tottenham is not holding back much in attack but is being tested at the back with the likes of Geddes and Huang in their penalty area.

Wolves see the crosses clear one after the other.

85 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

81 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Hwang Hae-chan replaces Guedes, who hasn’t had the most action-packed half after a promising first period in his first start for his new club.

77 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

75 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Wolves are now struggling to create chances. Tottenham responded well after that flat second half.

73 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Close! Lloris is at full stretch when Neves curls a free kick from outside the penalty area around the wall to the centre-right, hitting the side netting.

Brilliant technique from Neves, and unlucky for Wolves!

71 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Kane confused the penalty area again. Wolves sent off Trevor and Semedo as they bid to end a run of more than four hours and go without a Premier League goal.

68 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

66 mins: Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Nunes tries a low shot from outside the penalty area which is blocked by Sanchez. Wolves players then accused Kane of stabbing Neves in the back after the striker felt he had been badly tackled.

Wolves fail to pose any threat from the corners.

64 minutes: Goal! Tottenham 1-0 Wolves

Perisic won a corner on the right, then flicked on a delivery from the other side, finding Kane just in front of the goal.

The striker shows typical alert movement, breaking away from his marker and powering a simple header into the net. Spurs are ahead!

62 min: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Collins blocked Kane’s strike inside the penalty area. Klosowski cuts in from the left and attempts a shot, inadvertently feeding Son inside the box to the right of goal, whose deflected shot clatters the near post.

Tottenham will be more than happy with how the second half goes in this exciting game. This is the third time they’ve hit the woodwork!

61 min: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Both sides make half changes inside the opposing penalty area. Wolves changed their pack first. Can alternatives make a difference?

59 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Ait-Nouri is booked for bringing Kulusevski down Wolf’s left. Son breaks out from inside the penalty area on the left, reaches for a perceptually guided missile of a Kane long ball, but gets snagged on the spot.

Dandonker and Jimenez are for Wolves. Then the same? It will not match the run of the game at this rate.

57 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

55 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

It has twice been indebted to the crossbar to keep Kane out. He responds well, working the ball into the Tottenham area on the left before clearing the danger. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

52 min: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Kane hits the crossbar! Talisman comes in expertly to meet a cross from the right, leans and angled a powerful diving header that bounces off the woodwork of Sa!

50 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Royal spins neatly outside the penalty area on the right puts in a low pass to Kane, who hits a cross over Son’s head inside the penalty area.

Kane’s strike partner can only angle the header at an angle away from Sa’s goal. The noise around this stadium is increasing according to the pressure of the hosts!

48 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Perisic impressed again, this time swinging an inch-perfect corner from the right to Sanchez, who looked surprised himself. Lacks any real power after its attempt at a close target.

Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League
Tottenham vs. Wolves result, highlights: Harry Kane breaks Sergio Aguero record to send Spurs top of Premier League

Wolves are on the rack but will expect it from the restart. If they can hold firm, the Spurs’ momentum could flicker.

47 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Wolves clear the corner. Tottenham gathers on the halfway line and begins another attack.

Perisic chips a cross from the left towards the far post, surprise Take the defence of the wolves. Ait-Nouri takes the ball back. This is the start of the half Conte would have demanded.

46 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Conte was laughing with an official as he emerged, the Spurs boss looking in better spirits than he did during last week’s fiery trip to Chelsea.

Wolves kicked us into a dangerous area on Tottenham’s right. Beta tries a shot and the same side wins a corner.

45 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

A near disaster for Spurs at the end of the first half: Sanchez fails to deal with a long ball, and Nunes’s deflected shot from the right fires just wide on the ensuing drive.

There are murmurs of discontent from the home crowd as the players depart for the break. Wolves have scored 10 of 11 attempts so far!

45 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Now Spurs are as close as they have half! Perisic appears trapped in a dead end on the left but creates a perfect moment to turn and swing a cross towards Kane in front of the goal.

The striker beat Nunes to a header, forcing Sa to tip an effort onto his crossbar and behind.

Son then sends in a dangerous cross from the right that Tottenham cannot capitalize on. Although, they’ll be happy to remind everyone that they’re in the game.

42 min: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Wolves have such an edge! Nunes saw a powerful header towards goal, beat Davies to delivery just inside the penalty area on the right and curled his effort towards the far post. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

Lloris is beaten and can only watch with considerable relief as the ball drops wide. Lug looks like he can’t believe he didn’t go in!

39 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Wolves rebuilt, and Davies had to clear to throw deep into Tottenham territory after Nato threatened down the right.

Moutinho tries to lob a pass out of the Tottenham backline. The spurs are clear, and Kane tries to break through halfway and finds himself eased off the ball by a throng of Wolves players.

37 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Spurs win a corner on their left. Son sets up his line and sends in a far better cross than he has delivered to date, flashing a vicious crosser at the near post.

Dier flicks the ball on and is left with his head in his hands as Kane scrambles unsuccessfully to get a close-range shot at the other post. Better from Conte, though the boss still looks unimpressed.

35 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Spurs fans seem to flock around the place. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has a football icon today, by the way: two-time World Cup winner Ronaldo is in the stands.

33 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Neto is really in the mood, breaking in from a dangerous area on the right and firing a shot towards a goal that seems to be heading in before hitting Sanchez.

The rebound falls to Prudence inside the box, who steals away the opportunity. Sanchez’s interception is followed by a brief VAR check, with the defender adjudged not to have touched the strike with his hand.

31 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

The Spurs look a bit rough as they chase the Shadows in an attempt to oust the Wolves.

Another free kick for Wolves ends in Nunes flicking a header wide of Lloris’ left-hand post from inside the penalty area.

29 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

The visitors retain possession and re-enter the Tottenham penalty area. The attack is repelled, and Klosowski – perhaps in frustration at how little supply Spurs’ more creative players have received – concedes a foul in a useful position for Wolves on the left.

Neto swings a cross into the arms of Lloris from the free kick. You’d think Spurs couldn’t be calmer, which could make it important for their opponents to make more of their changes.

27 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Not that we’re suggesting either social media team is copying homework, but both club accounts have described the first half as a “bright star” so far.

This is perhaps more true for Wolves than Spurs, especially with Conte’s drive to take the initiative as hosts.

25 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Wolves play patiently from left to right inside the Spurs half, then switch it again.

Emerson, who has recovered from the problem, breaks it and sets off on a mazy run beyond the right half line, only to look up and see few options ahead of him, the ball back. Play in your area.

23 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Emerson suffers a concussion and is eventually taken off the pitch. It is unclear if he will be able to return.

Tottenham has the likes of Cess. Again on the bench who could potentially replace him, not to mention more attacking options such as Richterlison? Tottenham vs. Wolves result

20 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Tottenham has 60% possession but the Wolves have the best chances by far. Leigh sounded cool and confident in his pre-match remarks and will probably be satisfied with what he has seen here during the first 20 minutes.

18 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

A touch to his right near the edge of the penalty area after Tottenham’s generous defence received a low pass to Neuss. allows, deflecting a fierce shot wide of the near post. “They didn’t realize Bentancur got to him fast enough.”

18 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

 Another corner from the right produces little.

15 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

A roar goes up as Klosowski – one of Spurs’ star performers during this early part of the season – makes the first-time run down the right and sends a shot that is easily gathered by Sa.

Wolves are refusing to give Tottenham enough space to trouble them too much with those types of chances at the moment.

13 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Nato is down after Parisac hits a cross to the head. This chute and the play stop for a moment or two while Wolff’s playmaker gets some attention before getting back to his feet.

12 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

More bright play from Wolves, who attack through the centre through Guedes and Podence at pace.

Spurs’ strike force can trouble any team at any moment, with their opponents looking to be the real test today judging by these early stages.

11 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

The two ends continue to exchange tit-for-tat action, with Gads bursting from the centre to the second ball and charging in with quick feet and clean control.

The new signing narrowly curls a low shot to the near post to the left of the centre from outside the penalty area. It was close enough for Lloris to worry.

10 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Collins conceded a sloppy foul just outside the Wolves penalty area to his left, gifting Son a free kick in what you might call a short corner in hockey parlance.

It’s a great chance for Spurs to create some threat, and Beta completely squanders it with a terrible set-piece.

7 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

A beautiful attacking move from Wolves ended with Moutinho winning a corner over Sanchez as he attempted to play a cross from inside the penalty area on the right.

Guedes takes the corner from the right, sending an outswinger into the path of Neves – making his 200th Premier League appearance – just outside the penalty area on the opposite side.

The captain displays superb technique and impeccable ambition to attempt a shot, curling a volley towards a goal which Lloris claims comfortably in his goalmouth. It is very encouraging for visitors. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

5 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

says Jermaine Jenas, pondering whether Wolves have a plan to ensure he can get the ball on the ball. More attacking area to put it on the front foot.

3 mins: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

It’s been a quiet opening period, with both sides keeping the ball inside their half. You can see the outline of the cockerel that adorns the top of the stadium in the shadows near the Tottenham penalty area.

Kane tries to run onto a long pass but his touch inside the penalty area is too heavy and the ball goes out of play with the Spurs striker.

1 min: Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Spurs, attacking from right to left in the first half, blew us away. Sam takes charge of the ball inside his penalty area, and the Wolves begin to rotate passes in that familiar easy fashion in their third.

5 minutes to kick-off: the players are in the tunnel! Neves and Lloris lead the teams, with Spurs players holding the hands of cherubic mascots, of which Wolves have one of their own.

We are minutes away from the first Premier League showdown of the weekend!

15 minutes into kick-off: Conte is asked about avoiding suspension for the Stamford Bridge clash.

“I always want to be on the bench,” the Spurs supremo solemnly told BT Sport. “Everyone saw what happened at the end of the game but that’s in the past.

“It’s important for everyone to learn about this type of situation and try to do better next time.”

Asked about Perisic replacing Sessegnon today, Conte praised both players. “These are rotations,” he explains.

Sessegnon is playing very well. I see him now with great maturity.

“He has improved a lot since last season. Perisic can hope he can improve even more.

30 minutes into kick-off: The league is chatting. “We are trying to play a new system, still controlling the ball and being more aggressive,” the Wolves manager told BT Sport.

“With new players, it’s a question of time and finding our direction. I was happy with our performance at Leeds – for 70 minutes, we were the better team.

On Nunes starting, Lugg said: “We played Sporting in pre-season so he played 90 minutes against us on a level.

Every player needs to feel that they are important for the match. These guys are important to me.”

45 minutes into kick-off: Spurs have won just two of their last seven league matches against Wolves and lost four.

Wolves are winless in five away games, losing four times. Before that, though, they won five of six on the road, including victories over Spurs and Manchester United. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

1 hour to start: Teams are in! Nunes makes his debut and the Wolves are reliant on Godes, making his debut, to join Podens as their only scorers so far this season.

Perisic and Sanchez are for Spurs, with Sessegnon dropping to the bench and Romero injured.

1 hour 15 minutes to kick-off: Conte is impressed by the Wolves’ spending spree. “It means they have a lot of ambition,” he said in his pre-match remarks, between answering one or two awkward questions about his spat with Tuchel.

 They have Ruben Neves and a lot of good players and a good coach.

“I respect them a lot because they are doing very well and for sure the game will be difficult for us. The recent past is also important for us, to understand that the game, tomorrow, will not be easy.”

“At home, it is very important to create the right atmosphere to make it difficult for our opponents. It will be a tough game against Wolves but at the same time, we are ready to play well in front of our fans.”

1hr 30mins to kick-off: “Conte has already won a Champions League and we’re going to play against top players, and it’s a challenge every week,” Wolves boss Leigh said in his pre-match presser. said at the conference.

Discussing the arrival of Mathis Nunes from Sporting Lisbon for a club-record £42.2m on Thursday, Ligue predicted: “He could be very important for us.

“We know what he’s done, especially the last two years, in the game.

“It was a challenge for him to come to the Premier League and compete.

1hr 45mins to kick-off: Wolves needed six minutes to take the lead as part of a memorable win last time they were here.

Raul Jimenez put them ahead, then Lander Dendonker added a second goal after 18 minutes to give the Bruno League side the lead. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

2 hours to kick-off: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ coverage as Wolves target their first win of the season against a Spurs side and a second in a row to open the campaign after a win at home to Southampton. Home wants to win. Day

Wolves could get around £70m of new signings on the pitch at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the form of central midfielder Mathis Nunes and attacker Goncalo Guedes, who they will be praying will be able to score during two promising performances. You can solve your struggle in front which has only one result. point so far, a 0-0 draw at home to Fulham last week.

Much of the focus, however, has been on the spectacular spat between Tottenham boss Antonio Conte and his Chelsea counterpart, Thomas Tuchel, during their teams’ mega-dramatic 2-2 draw last week, for which £15,000 was paid to the Italian. A fine has been imposed.

Some are in disbelief that Conte has avoided a touchline ban for his comical dust-up with Conte. The man himself must be privately relieved that he will be allowed into the technical area today, even though he did his best to play down the battle of Stamford Bridge.

He will be hoping for less theatrical tension today and a bigger share of the goals for Spurs, who put the Saints ahead four times in 43 minutes without reply last time out in response to James Ward’s prowess. Tottenham vs. Wolves result

Tottenham vs Wolves predicted lineup.

Spurs boss Antonio Conte left France centre-back Clement Lenglet out against Chelsea as a precaution because the Barcelona loanee had increased muscle tissue. Conte said he would “definitely” be available against Wolves.

Midfielder Oliver Skipp is expected to be at least a week away from a full recovery after sustaining a hairline fracture in his ankle.

Tottenham predicted line-up (3-4-2-1): Lloris (GK) – Romero, Dier, Davies – Emerson, Højbjerg, Bentenker, Sessegnon – Klosewski, Betta – Kane.

Hwang Hee-chan has led the line enthusiastically in Jimenez’s continued absence, although Lodge hopes his most established goal threat can return before the end of August.

Wolves’ apparent lack of goals could see Goncalo Guedes, who signed from Valencia last week for £27.5 million/$33.3 million and replaced Huang during the second half, make his first start for the club.

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