Watch as Serge Aurier gave Tottenham the lead against Brighton, but did he mean it?
Last Updated: 13/12/17 10:52pm
Serge Aurier set Tottenham on their way to a 2-0 victory over Brighton with a first-half strike, but did he mean it?
Brighton's lack of attacking intent was summed up by Jose Izquierdo passing up a promising break by lashing the ball downfield to Hugo Lloris but their plan to frustrate Spurs was working until Aurier's long-range strike.
He at least earned the opening with a quick touch past Izquierdo and as the Brighton winger hustled back, Aurier unleashed his cross off-balance. The ball ballooned over goalkeeper Mathew Ryan and dropped in the far corner, much to the surprise of all in attendance.
Heung-Min Son's late header made sure of the win, as Spurs climbed back into the top four. But did they get lucky?
Hit the video above to make your own decision
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