Half-time: Tottenham 0 Bournemouth 0 - Spurs again struggling at Wembley

On Saturday, Spurs won their first Premier League match at Wembley.

Christian Eriksen's strike early in the second half was enough for a Spurs side who have struggled to translate their stunning form at White Hart Lane last season to their temporary new home.

Three points against Bournemouth would be the ideal preparation for the crucial Champions League fixture, while it could close the gap between third-placed Tottenham and the Manchester clubs.

Tottenham changed from a back four to a three after the interval and needed only two minutes to break the deadlock when Eriksen's goalward dribble was stopped but the ball fell conveniently for the Dane to side-foot calmly past Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic.

"In the second half we found better positions and moved the ball quickly, it was much better".

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Hugo Lloris kept things even on 20 minutes when he pulled off a superb reflex block low to his left after a Bournemouth cross had struck Eric Dier and was heading goalwards.

The Cherries remain in the Premier League relegation zone - now just a point off the bottom of the table - after this reverse, in which Christian Eriksen's goal was a rare moment of quality.

In Harry Kane they have one of the world's most inform strikers, with the forward netting 15 times in his last 13 games.

Mauricio Pochettino admits it is important not to be over-reliant on Harry Kane for goals following Tottenham's 1-0 Premier League victory against Bournemouth. We just lost the game.

It settled the home side but, despite creating a handful of decent chances, they could not get a cushion of a second.

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