Paulo Gazzaniga becomes the first Spurs keeper to do this since 1998


Tottenham Hotspur earned a rare win at the Emirates this week, only their second ever victory at the ground.

Spurs ran away to a 2-0 win in the Carabao Cup after some clinical finishing and expert defending from the Tottenham boys.

A Heung Min Son goal have Pochettino’s men the lead, with Dele Alli adding a sublime chip over Cech in the second half.

This win saw Tottenham progress to the semi finals of the competition where they will face Chelsea over two legs in the new year.

Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld were outstanding in the centre of defence, with Trippier and Rose proving both attacking and defensive options down the flanks.

One man who certainly didn’t do his case for a future number one spot any harm was Paulo Gazzaniga, who kept Spurs sitting comfortable in the tie with a number of quality saves.

Paulo actually became the first Tottenham shot stopper to keep  clean sheet away at Arsenal since Espen Baardsen way back in 1998.

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