Wigan Athletic 2 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur

Match info: Premier League at DW Stadium

Date: 27/04/2013 KO: 15:00 Ref: M Atkinson Att: 22,326

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

Wigan

Emmerson Boyce 11
Callum McManaman 49

2
vs
2

Tottenham

Emmerson Boyce 90 (og)
Gareth Bale 9

FT (ht: 1-1)

 

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  • Wigan 2 - 2 Tottenham

  • What a finish, as Bale's initial free-kick is blocked, but the subsequent goalmouth flurry almost sees Spurs snatch victory in the dying embers of this enthralling tussle.

    90+5
  • Scharner with a silly tackle on Defoe to hand Spurs a late chance to win it from the free-kick spot out in front. Another late Bale special perhaps?

    90+4
  • Both teams so desperate to win now as play is taken from one end of the pitch to the other, but still no crucial breakthrough.

    90+3
  • Both teams so desperate to win now as play is taken from one end of the pitch to the other, but still no crucial breakthrough.

    90+2
  • Four minutes of added time for either side to pull off a much-needed win for their prospective ambitions.

    90+1
  • At the other end and Wigan look to hit back swiftly, but Spurs' defence are back in time to ward off the danger.

    90
  • GOAL! It was scrappy, but Spurs won't be complaining as Boyce turns the ball into his own goal after a goalmouth scramble off a free-kick from the right.

    89
  • Bale launches one on goal from outside the box, but his effort is blocked.

    88
  • Kone finally back on his feet and play resumes, Spurs throwing everything at Wigan's defences in an effort to force an opening through on goal.

    87
  • Much to Tottenham's frustrations, Kone stays down to receive treatment and hold play up with Spurs wanting to push up on attack.

    86
  • Wigan still with much of the ball, but the home fans aren't too pleased with Dawson's latest tackle on Kone, the Latcs ace staying down after the latest altercation.

    85
  • Di Santo takes a crack on goal, which flies wide, and earns himself a caution for complaining with the referee that his strike took a deflection and should've been a corner-kick.

    84
  • Spurs really struggling to find their rhythm on attack now with the Latics making all the play going forward.

    83
  • Dawson picks up a yellow card for his challenge on Kone.

    82
  • Lloris gets down low at his near post to deny Kone's keen strike.

    81
  • Espinoza quick to get i on the attacking forays as the replacement strides forward and tries to find Kone waiting in the 18-yard box.

    80
  • Roger Espinoza becomes Martinez's third substitution, Gomez coming off to the applause of the home fans.

    79
  • Defeat for Spurs today would really dent their prospects of a top-four finish and a spot in Europe's premier club competition.

    78
  • Wigan looking full of life and keen to create something as the match enters the closing stages.

    77

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