Real Madrid Vs. Tottenham: Half Time Verdict
So after an easy Emmanuel Adebayor goal after just four minutes, and a horrid Peter Crouch sending off eleven minutes later, Tottenham go into the half-time break with the score still at 1-0... just.
The referee has rightly been praised for his bravery, fewer referees would have given into the loud Real Madrid calls for penalties and free kicks that the referee, F Brych from Germany, has turned away.
But Real Madrid should have been given a penalty for the Michael Dawson handball, and you have to imagine that if a similar situation arises in the second half, Gomes will be given another opportunity to show just how he deals with penalties.
Redknapp should take off Jenas, and play a three man midfield, and bring on Pavyluchenko so that van der Vaart has someone to bounce off, and Tottenham have some sort of a target man to aim for.
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