Preceding the 2016-17 season, these two groups had met multiple times in all rivalries. Prior to the Second World War, Tottenham won simply under portion of the matches between the clubs in all rivalries though since 1945 they have won a little more than 3/4.
In the ‘Advanced Era’ from 1992 onwards, Tottenham have won a little more than 33% of the experiences and haven’t lost to Sunderland since a Premier League match at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light ground on third April, 2010.
Tottenham Hotspur previously confronted AFC Sunderland in a second-round FA Cup tie on eleventh February, 1899 at the Northumberland Park ground. ‘Prods’ won 2.1 with objectives from Harry Bradshaw and John Cameron.
This would have been something of an agitated with the time as, while Sunderland were playing in the Football League’s First Division, Tottenham were all the while playing in the Southern League. This loss of Sunderland was the first run through in the FA Cup that a lower-group club had at any point fought against eminent loss to crush a first class club from the Football League.
Tottenham embraced the white shirts and naval force blue shorts of Preston North End – the first ‘Invincibles’ who had won the ‘twofold’ of FA Cup and Football League First Division in the League’s debut season ten years sooner, in 1888-89. The new pack clearly motivated them to more prominent things as they won the Southern League in 1900 and afterward, in 1901, turned into the sole non-League club to win the FA Cup, by beating Sheffield United in the last, after a replay.
In those late Nineteenth Century days, clubs would confront three qualifying adjusts in the FA Cup prior to continuing to the first-round stage. Sunderland had won away at Bristol City 4.2 in their first round, while Tottenham had crushed the Newton Heath club (which became Manchester United a little more than three years after the fact) at that point playing in the Second Division, 5.3 after a replay.
Tottenham lost away to another First Division side – Stoke – 4.1 in the following round and it would be nine additional prior years they were chosen into the Second Division toward the beginning of the 1908-09 season (in which they completed second and were advanced).
Likewise in 1899, Tottenham moved to a piece of neglected land possessed by Charrington, the brewers, on the High Road, Tottenham, which had been created and known as the High Road ground. George Beckwith had utilized the site which sat behind the White Hart public house, of which he was landowner, as a nursery and the ground before long got known as White Hart Lane.
Sunderland had been framed three years sooner than Tottenham – in 1879 – and joined the Football League almost twenty years sooner – in 1890-91. They played in the first class until 1957-58 when they were consigned without precedent for their set of experiences.
The main association meeting between these different sides subsequently went ahead first September, 1909 at Sunderland’s past ground – วิเคราะห์ราคาบอล Roker Park – in a First Division conflict which Sunderland won 3.1.
Tottenham originally confronted Sunderland at home at White Hart Lane in the class in the return installation that season, on 25th March, 1910 before a limit horde of 35,000. It end up being Tottenham’s first association prevail upon Sunderland as the match completed 5.1, with Percy Humphreys scoring two objectives for the home side. A previous Chelsea player, Humphreys scored 24 objectives in 45 association appearances for Spurs remembering one for the last match of that season, which guaranteed Tottenham’s endurance in front of Chelsea who were consigned.
It wasn’t until after the First World War that Tottenham beat Sunderland in the association at Roker Park; on 26th March, 1921 with Jimmy Seed scoring the lone objective in a 1.0 win. Incidentally, Seed had been raised in the coastline town of Whitburn, only north of Sunderland.
Tottenham have gotten five objectives past Sunderland on five further events since that first home success in 1910. They coordinated the scoreline in a First Division match on sixteenth November, 1968 with amazing striker Jimmy Greaves scoring four of Tottenham’s objectives that day and Wesh global Mike England the other.
Another 5.1 triumph happened all the more as of late, in the Premier League, on seventh April, 2014 when Lee Cattermole put the ‘Dark Cats’ ahead following 17 minutes, before Emmanuel Adebayor evened out for Spurs and afterward added a second as Spurs scored four objectives without answer in the subsequent half.
Two of the five-objective takes came in the FA Cup. On 28th January, 1950 Tottenham won a fourth-round tie at White Hart Lane 5.1 (once more) with striker Les Bennett and winger Sonny Walters getting two objectives each. Tottenham lost at Everton in the following round, while close adversaries Arsenal proceeded to win the opposition that season, beating Liverpool 2.0 in the last.
Sonny Walters came up through the lesser positions at Tottenham and would proceed to score 66 objectives for Tottenham. He was without a doubt one of the incomparable Spurs players of the mid 1950s. Playing close by future administrative goliaths like Bill Nicholson and Alf Ramsay, he highlighted in a famous Spurs allies’ tune of the time:
“We are the Spurs Supporters and we love to watch them play…
… The ref his whistle gladly blows the linesmen wave their banners,
The Duke is prepared to start off as he hitches up his packs,
We cheer Sonny Walters as he wanders down the line,
Furthermore, the ball like sorcery is in the net and causes us all to feel fine.”
‘The Duke’ alluded to focus forward Len Duquemin – additionally nicknamed ‘Solid Len’ – who had shown up from Guernsey in the Channel Islands, having recently worked in a cloister’ He played close by Walters in Arthur Rowe’s acclaimed ‘push and run’ side of the time which lit up post-war football in England and assisted Tottenham with winning the class title in 1951.
After eleven years, Tottenham were making the most of their own excursion to the FA Cup Final and furthermore First Division accomplishment as now administrator Bill Nicholson’s group turned into the principal side in the 20th century to accomplish the ‘twofold’ of FA Cup and League Championship wins. They confronted Sunderland in the quarter-finals and, after Cliff Jones had gotten a 1.1 draw for Tottenham at Roker Park, they again scored multiple times in the replay with objectives from Les Allen, Terry Dyson (2), Dave Mackay and Bobby Smith. Smith would proceed to score Tottenham’s first objective in the last, where Tottenham beat Leicester City 2.0.
Tottenham have never gotten six objectives past Sunderland however – something Sunderland have accomplished twice against Tottenham.
On nineteenth December, 1914, a quarter of a year into the First World War and in the last season before proficient football was suspended, Sunderland won 6.0 at White Hart Lane in a First Division match played before a horde of only 5,000.
Sunderland rehashed the accomplishment on 21st February, 1934 with another 6.0 success – this time at Roker Park – and again in the First Division. The men from the destitution stricken north-east of England were, under Scottish supervisor Johnny Cochrane, turning into a significant footballing power. They would complete 6th in the association that prior year coming sprinters up to Arsenal the accompanying season and support themselves in 1935-36, scoring a gigantic 109 objectives simultaneously. They likewise won the FA Cup in 1937.
The most noteworthy scoring attract between the sides to date was a 3.3 outcome at White Hart Lane on eighth December, 1990 with Gary Lineker scoring the first of Tottenham’s objectives. Perhaps the most exciting matches between the sides went ahead Halloween – 31st October, 1953 – at Roker Park, again in the First Division. Sunderland went behind twice prior to scoring three objectives in the initial seven minutes of the second-half. Sonny Walters again scored for Spurs in the 56th moment yet there could have been no further objectives and the match finished 4.3 to Sunderland.
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