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- Dec 28, 2017
The usual suspects.This was written in that dirt rag The Sun “Then, in the fourth minute of stoppage time, another Cresswell free-kick was headed away by Kane but a wayward touch from Harry Winks fell into the path of Manuel Lanzini, who arrowed a goal-of-the-season contenderinto the top corner from 30 yards to send West Ham into delirium.”
Another excerpt from Football London
”There are of course other reasons why Tottenham ended up throwing away two points in the game, including some iffy defending in crunch moments from Moussa Sissoko, Davinson Sanchez, Bale's missed chance from close range, that foul by Serge Aurier, and then that Winks "clearance" that should have been sent long and deep.”
My point being, these are opinions, and these opinions don’t suddenly make them facts because a pundit or a football writer has written or said them, they don’t make you point by more valid because you happen to agree with them and do not invalidate other peoples observations like you have been banging on about the last few pages.