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2,6142,614viewing this pageGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreLive ReportingBy Steve SutcliffeAll times stated are UKPosted at 7:127:12Watch: Lo Celso punishes Boro goalkeeper errorTottenham 2-1 MiddlesbroughJaphet Tanganga had a decent game for Tottenham on Tuesday night. The…

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By Steve Sutcliffe

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  1. Watch: Lo Celso punishes Boro goalkeeper error

    Tottenham 2-1 Middlesbrough

    Japhet Tanganga had a decent game for Tottenham on Tuesday night.

    The right-back, making only his second Spurs start, had 96 touches and one shot and had a pass completion rate of 82%, which for a relative novice is more than solid.

    Could he have done better for the Middlesbrough goal? Possibly. As a defender you probably want to see him engage George Saville a tad sooner but that’s nit-picking I suppose.

    Not like it was a major howler or anything, like this…

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    Video caption: Lo Celso punishes Boro goalkeeper error
  2. Watch: Highlights of Tottenham’s win

    Wondering what I’m talking about…here’s the highlights from Tottenham’s hard-fought win over Middlesbrough.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Middlesbrough highlights
  3. Tottenham edge past Middlebrough

    Tottenham 2-1 Middlesbrough

    Giovani lo Celso celebrates with Harry Winks

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    For those that tuned into BBC One on Tuesday evening, Tottenham v Middlesbrough was a strange game wasn’t it?

    The first half felt like a testimonial as Spurs cruised into a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Giovani lo Celso and Erik Lamela.

    And then the second half was a bit of a slog. Jose Mourinho’s side always had the edge, but they made hard work of it with George Saville’s goal setting up a tense finale.

    You can read the report on that game here.

  4. Post update

    Good morning. Well what a great night of FA Cup action on
    Tuesday evening.

    It was a good evening for Reading, Coventry, Newcastle and Tottenham and a sensational night for Shrewsbury who set up an FA Cup fourth-round home tie with Liverpool by upsetting Bristol City.

    I will be going through all that and be bringing you the latest transfer news and gossip throughout the morning.

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