Lucas Moura (43),K Trippier (74),H Kane (77)
A Mitrovic (52)
Tottenham vs Fulham
3:00pm Saturday 18th August
WATCH: SPURS 3-1 FULHAM
SPURS 3-1 FULHAM
90+4: Davies cuts inside and has a shot on target before Lamela scoops the rebound over the top.
And that is that as Taylor blows for full-time. Lucas, Trippier and Kane got the goals for Spurs while Mitrovic netted for Fulham.
89: This is a popular change as Kane comes off with Winks, who hasn't played since February on in his place. The academy graduate is given a rousing reception as he comes onto the pitch.
87: Schurrle is getting readied for Fulham on the touchline. Fosu-Mensah is also off the pitch after sustaining another knock.
The World Cup winner is on but surely it is too late to make an impact.
83: CHANCE! Davies slides a cross into the box and Kane is completely unmarked but this time his shot is mis-hit and rolls through to Fabri. He should have scored his second there.
SAVE! Moments later Alli tries to squeeze a shot in on goal and it takes a nick off Chambers forcing Fabri into a smart reaction save.
And then Davies lets fly with a rasping effort that goes narrowly over the bar! Spurs are pushing hard for a fourth.
81: SAVE! Spurs are going for blood here now and Alli is leading the charge before playing the ball into Lamela who bends a shot on target but too close to Fabri who makes a comfortable stop.
GOAL! SPURS 3-1 FULHAM (Kane, 77)
Fulham complain about not receiving a free-kick inside the Spurs half but the home side aren't concerned and launch a counter-attack through Lamela.
The Argentine carries the ball from the halfway line to the edge of the box before feeding it to Kane who takes a touch, cuts inside and curls a low shot into the far corner.
The August curse has finally been broken! In his 15th Premier League game in August, Kane has his first goal.
GOAL! SPURS 2-1 FULHAM (Trippier, 74)
SPURS 1-1 FULHAM
72: OFF THE BAR! Trippier whips a peach of a cross into the box and Kane gets ahead of his marker to side-foot a shot onto the woodwork! The August curse continues for the Spurs frontman!
70: Alli is completely free inside the area and he pulls a pass back towards Kane who attempts to lay it off to the onrushing Eriksen but the pass is under-hit and Fulham can make the block.
Moments later Davies floats a cross into the box and Fabri makes a meal of a simple catch by dropping it before scrambling to recover as Trippier came in.
69: Davies is getting plenty of joy down the left flank and he pings another cross into the box that is just over-hit and Alli's header loops up into the air towards Seri who calmly nods the ball into Fabri's arms. Cool as a cucumber.
67: It's end to end now and Fulham are on the break. Mitrovic links up well with Kamara but he can't connect properly with his shot and pokes it well wide on his left foot.
65: Trippier slightly over-hits a pass into the area but Eriksen manages to get a toe on it to force a corner off Fabri.
The corner eventually comes to Vertonghen who fresh from scoring last weekend fancies his chances but his shot is blocked.
OFF THE LINE! Fabri flaps at a cross and tips it straight to Alli whose shot is blocked on the line! Le Marchand came to Fulham's rescue.
63: Fulham piece together a good move with Cairney shuffling the ball out to Bryan on the left wing but unlike for the goal he gets his delivery all wrong as it flies over the bar.
61: For the first time since the first half Spurs are enjoying a spell of possession but they can't do much with it as a couple of crosses from Davies are easily defended against.
56: You have to give Fulham credit for the manner in which they have started this half after conceding that goal on the brink of half-time.
They fired Spurs a warning when Mitrovic hit the post and the Serbian made no mistake with his second opportunity. Game on!
GOAL! SPURS 1-1 FULHAM (Mitrovic, 52)
Bryan flies down the left wing and whips a brilliant ball into the box that finds Sessegnon completely unmarked at the far post.
Sessegnon gets his shot all wrong but the ball bounces across the box to Mitrovic who heads it into the net from close range.
SPURS 1-0 FULHAM
49: SAVE! Trippier whips in another cross which is cleared but only as far as Alli who volleys it first-time towards goal with Fabri punching the ball away to safety. He really connected with that effort and a if it were a couple of inches either side, the goalkeeper would not have stood a chance.
Opportunities at both ends in the opening moments of this half.
47: OFF THE POST! Mitrovic races onto a Cairney through ball and squeezes a low shot through Vertonghen's legs and onto the foot of the post! Lloris was completely stranded there.
46: The second half is underway!
Lucas' wonderful goal separates the sides. Will Fulham get back into it in the second half or will Spurs extend their lead? The restart is not far away...
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45: Kamara latches onto a ball in behind Vertonghen and has Sessegnon unmarked at the far post but he can't pick him out and although Alderweireld puts the ball out for a corner, the whistle is blown for half-time.
Pochettino is extremely animated as the teams go down the tunnel and is having some stern words with referee Anthony Taylor. Perhaps he is unhappy at the decision not to award Kane a penalty earlier on.
GOAL! SPURS 1-0 FULHAM (Lucas, 43)
Eriksen's cross from the byline is partially cleared but only goes as far as Lucas who bends a beautiful shot with his weaker left foot into the side-netting beyond the despairing dive of Fabri!
He has been heavily involved today and has his reward for a lively display with his first Premier League goal. It has been coming and Spurs finally have the lead.
SPURS 0-0 FULHAM
41: Spurs have an overload on the right and Trippier's cross is only partially cleared by Chambers with the loose ball dropping to Davies and his volley is blocked just in front of the goal-line!
The ball pinballs out to Eriksen and not for the first time this afternoon he is wasteful with the chance, blazing it over the top. It's a mystery how this game is still 0-0.
39: SAVE! Seri picks out Sessegnon with a lovely dinked ball over the top and the youngster pulls it down and shifts it onto his left to shoot but Lloris rushes out to block the effort!
38: Alderweireld makes an interception on the edge of the box and volleys an effort wide of the post but he is penalised for a handball.
33: Fulham have managed to stem the tide over the past five minutes but Spurs have an opportunity from a free-kick.
28: SAVE! Lloris has had nothing to do so far but he is forced into an excellent save down to his right to prevent Cairney's precise shot sneaking into the far corner.
Phil Thompson is impressed calling it a 'world-class' stop.
25: Alli produces a sublime piece of skill to flick the ball into Davies' path and Spurs are on the attack again.
The ball eventually finds Trippier, who must have had the most touches so far, and he plays it into Eriksen who uncharacteristically miscues a cross-shot behind for a goal kick.
23: CHANCE! Trippier clips the ball into Dele who is beaten in the air on the edge of the box with the loose ball dropping to Eriksen and the Dane fires a well-struck shot just wide of the far post!
In other news, Fosu-Mensah is down receiving his treatment and rubbing his knee. He trudges off the pitch so that the physio can have a better look at it.
21: Fulham launch a rare attack through Cairney who finds Sessegnong inside the area. He skips inside Davies but loses his footing before having a shot that is deflected behind for a corner.
17: It is one-way traffic here with Spurs putting Fulham under sustained pressure. Lucas should have scored twice already while Kane had that penalty shout a moment ago. Fulham have barely got out of their half while Sessegnon and Mitrovic have barely touched the ball.
14: Spurs are on the attack and a have a two on one! Eriksen feeds the ball into Kane who runs into the area before going down under a challenge from Fosu-Mensah.
10: Alderweireld shows what he can offer this Spurs side with a wonderful 60-yard pass out to the right for Trippier to race onto.
Trippier's first-time cross is intercepted but the right wing-back has been heavily involved in the early stages on his return to the Spurs side.
7: GOAL DISALLOWED! Lucas intercepts a slack pass from Chambers and is clean through on goal! He takes a heavy touch and lunges in on Fabri with the loose ball falling to Kane who dinks it in the net.
6: CHANCE! Trippier whips a ball in from the byline, Kane flicks it on and Davies fires a cross back into the six-yard-box to Lucas who somehow heads it wide unmarked! What a miss from the Brazilian!
4: Fulham are popping the ball about confidently here and Seri just showed what he can offer with a lovely shimmy and burst away from Dier in midfield.
Linked with Barcelona last summer, Seri will be an influential figure for Fulham this season.
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MINUTE APPLAUSE FOR GILZEAN
There is a minute's applause for Spurs legend Alan Gilzean pre-match after he sadly passed away this week at the age of 79.
He scored 93 league goals for the club over a ten-year period and won the FA Cup, two League Cups and the UEFA Cup with Spurs.
FULHAM IN RED
Fulham are in their changed strip of red shirts and shorts this afternoon.
It is the celebration that has gone viral this week. Everyone has attempted the Dele Alli hand celebration with differing levels of success.
Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs supporters will be hoping to see it come out again today!
WORLD CUP AWARDS
Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris have received special awards from Spurs pre-match for their efforts at the World Cup.
Kane won the Golden Boot with six goals for England while Lloris captained France to a tournament win.
If Fulham are to get anything from this game they will need Ryan Sessegnon to deliver a big performance.
The 18-year-old was one of the stars of their promotion campaign, scoring 15 goals in the Championship.
Sessegnon has been tipped with a move to Spurs for a long time and it will be interesting to see how he gets on against World Cup star Kieran Trippier.
ALL CHANGE AT FULHAM
In contrast to Spurs, Fulham were one of the most active Premier League clubs in the transfer market this summer, signing 12 players for in excess of £100m.
Eight of those new players start today with the whole back five having joined in the summer.
The task for Slavisa Jokanovic is moulding what is essentially a new side together quickly to ensure that Fulham get points on the board.
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