Tottenham Lose 1-0 At Bournemouth As West Ham, Wolves Record Win

Tottenham Lose 1-0 At Bournemouth As West Ham, Wolves Record Win

Tottenham suffered a third straight defeat in all competitions losung 1-0 to Bournemouth after a pair of red cards reports Completesports.com.

Nathan Ake headed in the winner in the first minute of stoppage time.

Son Heung-min was dismissed for pushing Jefferson Lerma at the end of a frantic first half, in which Eric Dier was lucky not to have been sent off and Bournemouth could conceivably have had two penalties.

Then, just over two minutes after coming on at half-time, Juan Foyth was also shown a straight red card as he slid studs-up into Jack Simpson.

Spurs have now won just once in their past four league games and stay third on 70 points, four points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal, who have two games remaining.

Champions League qualification is still in Tottenham’s hands, and they need to beat Everton in their final league game on 12 May to make sure of a top-four spot.

Tottenham head to Amsterdam looking to overturn their 1-0 deficit against Ajax, before concluding their Premier League campaign against Everton – without Son. Bournemouth end the season at Crystal Palace.

At the London Olympic stadium, West Ham defeated Southampton 3-0.

A brace from Marko Arnautovic and another strike from Ryan Fredericks secured a comfortable home win for the Hammers.

Wolves also beat relegated Fulham by a lone goal at the Molineaux stadium.

Leander Dendoncker grabbed the winner for Nuno Espirito’s side with 15 minutes left to Leander Dendoncker.

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