Results (Tottenham's score shown first)
(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)
|1948||Jersey||A||Friendly||3 - 0|
|1950||Norwich City||A||Norwich Hospital Charity Cup||2 - 2|
|1954||SV Hamburg (Germany)||A||Friendly||2 - 2|
|1974||Liverpool||H||First Division||1 - 1|
|1978||Aleppo FC (Syria)||A||Friendly||1 - 0|
|1979||Bolton Wanderers||A||First Division||3 - 1|
|1982||Leeds United||H||First Division||2 - 1|
|1985||Arsenal||A||Pat Jennings Testimonial||3 - 2|
|1992||Hull City||A||Gareth Roberts Testimonial||6 - 2|
|1993||Liverpool||A||Premier League||2 - 6|
|2004||Blackburn Rovers||H||Premier League||1 - 0|
|2013||Chelsea||A||Premier League||2 - 2|
|2016||Southampton||H||Premier League||1 - 2|
|2019||Ajax (Holland)||A||Champions League SF L2||3 - 2 (draw 3-3 on agg.; win on away goals)|
Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur's history
Biggest win on this day
6-2 Hull City (Gareth Roberts Testamonial) (Away) 1992
Biggest defeat on this day
2-6 Liverpool (Premier League) (Away) 1993
Biggest score-line on this day
6-2 Hull City
(Gareth Roberts Testamonial) (Away) 1992
Last win on this day
2019 3-2 Ajax (Holland) (Champions League Semi-final Second leg) (Away)
Last draw on this day
2013 2-2 Chelsea (Premier League) (Away)
Last defeat on this day
2016 1-2 Southampton (Premier League) (Home)
Teams we have played on this day
|1883||Jimmy Kennedy, half back 1908-1912, born.|
|1901||Arthur Sanders, centre forward 1921-1928, born.|
|1934||Maurice Norman, centre half 1955-1966, born.|
|1955||Keith Osgood, centre half 1973-1978, born.|
|1973||Len Bolan, outside right 1933-1936,dies.|
|1974||Chris McGrath scores his last goal for Tottenham.|
and Mark Falco, who scored once, make their debuts for Tottenham.
The last game for the club by defender Jimmy Holmes in which he scored his last goal too.
|1982||Chris Jones plays his last match for Tottenham.|
|1993||Dave McDonald makes his Spurs debut.
Kevin Watson's last Tottenham match.
Simon Davies plays his 100th Premier League match for Tottenham.
|2019||An incredible comeback from 0-2 down after 22 minutes (0-3 on aggregate) thanks to a Lucas Moura hat-trick in 32 minutes, with the last goal in the last minute of added time in the second half saw Tottenham through to their first Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano stadium.|
Information gathered from
"Spurs - A Day-To-Day Life" by Graham Betts, Spurs Handbooks,
"Spurs - A Complete Record" and "The Spurs Alphabet" both by Bob Goodwin and other sources.
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