Tottenham Hotspurs Too Hot For Young Boys.


Tottenham Hotspurs beat BSC Young Boys of Switzerland by a 4-0 margin on the night and 6-3 on aggregate to advance to the UEFA Champions’ League group stages.

As if to separate boys from men, Tottenham Hotspurs hit 4 past hapless Swiss Young Boys at White Hart Lane. Blog followers know well there was never a question of if Spurs will proceed, but how much the Boys would suffer.

Peter Crouch was red-hot scoring a hat-trick, while Jermaine Defoe weighed in with a 2nd goal before half time. Young Boys, as expected were never in it, resorting to hard tackling and indiscipline that saw them concede a converted penalty and a defender sent off.

Crouch could have converted 2 easy chances in the second half. Gary Baile and Assu Ekotto looked sharp enough to suggest that the prediction of Spurs as the team of the season is not far-fetched. While Spurs were superb in defence, there was a concern as goalkeeper Gomes limped off at half time. 

What a fantastic night for Spurs and the English game.  Do you think Spurs will have an impact in Europe this season?

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3 comments on “Tottenham Hotspurs Too Hot For Young Boys.

  1. Group stages is where spurs will be shown up. Harry has to buy 3 quality players coz relying on ledly king wont help.

    • I agree with you there. Defoe will be under the knife soon, so it is imperative to strngthen the spine of the team. I hope Gomes is not seriously injured.

      Spurs are not well experienced at this stage of competition. They are a quality side I expect them to be. They are not in the same league with Man U, Man City, Arsenal or Liverpool. The gap has reasonably narrowed to tickle my interest.

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