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Best Tottenham "team" goals of all time

SUIYHA

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Inspired by some of the football we've been playing, in particular that brilliant team move for the last goal, it's got me thinking that most of the "classic" Spurs wondergoals seem to be a piece of individual brilliance - a rocket from Gazza, a mazy run from Ginola, a finish from an impossible angle by Kane - but there's something to be said about a brilliant flowing team move that ends up with a goal. So here's a thread - post some of the best ever Spurs "team" goals that you can remember.

Here's one to get started:




And the fourth goal in this - skip to 2 mins 18 - https://www.skysports.com/football/...at-trick-sends-spurs-second-in-premier-league
 

BAE

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This gem against City but iirc there was a better team goal prior to that starting from Lloris.
 

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fishhhandaricecake

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Inspired by some of the football we've been playing, in particular that brilliant team move for the last goal, it's got me thinking that most of the "classic" Spurs wondergoals seem to be a piece of individual brilliance - a rocket from Gazza, a mazy run from Ginola, a finish from an impossible angle by Kane - but there's something to be said about a brilliant flowing team move that ends up with a goal. So here's a thread - post some of the best ever Spurs "team" goals that you can remember.

Here's one to get started:




And the fourth goal in this - skip to 2 mins 18 - https://www.skysports.com/football/...at-trick-sends-spurs-second-in-premier-league

Some
Goal
That!!!

Pass and move, lovely.
 

theShiznit

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Inspired by some of the football we've been playing, in particular that brilliant team move for the last goal, it's got me thinking that most of the "classic" Spurs wondergoals seem to be a piece of individual brilliance - a rocket from Gazza, a mazy run from Ginola, a finish from an impossible angle by Kane - but there's something to be said about a brilliant flowing team move that ends up with a goal. So here's a thread - post some of the best ever Spurs "team" goals that you can remember.

Here's one to get started:




And the fourth goal in this - skip to 2 mins 18 - https://www.skysports.com/football/...at-trick-sends-spurs-second-in-premier-league

Remember being proud as it always seemed we had a team goal in the goal of the season contenders.

As much as I love some individual brilliance and quick dribbling skills football for me is creating space, moving teams about, knocking it around 1 and 2 touch with third man running

Thanks to Ange and the team for bringing football back to Spurs.
 

fishhhandaricecake

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Not a huge amount of passes but I always remember seeing live the counter attack flowing ‘team’ goal with Eriksen’s neat finish vs Real Madrid in our beautiful all white European kit and 3-1 win as a special goal.

 

fishhhandaricecake

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Really like the 2nd and especially 3rd goals in our famous 3-5 home loss against Man.U, very nice passing team goals, we really at times played some very beautiful watch football with that over 40’s team that Hoddle had 😂😅

 

Roynie

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I do remember a stunning, one touch per player, goal which has something like 15 or 20 passes. I can't remember when it was though! :mad:
 

spurs mental

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2nd goal in this. Not so much a team goal as just some lovely movement and passing
 

yojambo

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4-0 against qpr under Pochettino. Chadli finished off a 40 pass move or something for one of the goals.
 
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