Juan Foyth's network is the first professional goal to earn Spurs' victory over Crystal Palace – football

Juan Foyth walked out of his championship in the nightclub to achieve his first goal in professional football, as Tottenham won 1-0 in Crystal Palace.

In the last week, Wolves Foyth admitted two penalties that he initially won with a 3-2 victory and jeopardized his reputation.

But with her team struggling to persuade Selhurst Park, the 20-year-old Argentine showed an unbearable hunger and a desire to get rid of the balls and return home, which provided all three points.

Anything less and Arsenal wins on Sunday, even against Volks, would mean Spurs descend from the top four and replaced by their rivals.

On the contrary, they won their third victory in eight days and exacerbated the Palace's disaster for the night when they fought again in the absence of the injured Wilfried Zaha.

The minor damage to injury was that of the hosts who last won the league without the strong attacks on Sunderland in September 2016 and fought for goals throughout the season, with Andros Townsend and Jordan Ayew starting in unfamiliar Phase 2.

Harry Kane

Memorizing Foyth, Kieran Trippier, Victor Wanyame, Mousse Sissoko and Erik Lamela, Spurs did not have the intensity, which is so often that power.

All consistency attempts were further undermined when Trippier was lost due to injuries and was replaced by Serge Aurier half way, during which Harry Kane's 25-year sentence, regularly resolved by Wayne Hennessey, was the biggest threat to the goal from one team.

While the palace once again fought in the last third, they played well and played with more conviction than they were the last when Zaha also won the September 2-0 defeat at home in Southampton.

Perhaps he even injured James Tomkins, who was replaced by Martin Kelly overnight to reach the point beyond the reach.

The central defender descended right from the right wing of Luke Milivojevic, just before he had to take it, and the palace lost a partnership with Mamadou Sakho, who is so strong.

The pressure was slowly developing when, in 66th minute, and with a stick struggling to clean Spurs's corner, Ayew was responsible for watching loose balls as Foyth took the opportunity to crash and head over Patricko van Aanholt , who scored on goal.

Juan Foyth

Head of the Roy Hodgson Palace reacted by introducing Jeffrey Schluppe to Max Meyer in his quest for a wider width and gave him a short reward when he crossed Ayew on the counter before watching the goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

The best chance left by the palace was in the 90th minute when Alexander Sorloth made the substitution in front of the goal, but while doing well with his weak left leg, Lloris made a good reaction to secure a clean sheet, all three points and retained the hosts 16th place.

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