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17 Apr 2018, 22:49
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FIFA World Cup 2014

Group I Pld Pts
1.  Spain 8 20
2.  France 8 17
3.  Finland 8 9
4.  Georgia 8 5
5.  Belarus 8 4

Premier League 2013/14

Pos Pld Pts
1.Dinamo Tbilisi 13 30
2.Chikhura Sachkhere 13 26
3.Guria Lanchkhuti 13 24
4.Metalurgi Rustavi 13 22
5.Torpedo Kutaisi 13 19
6.Dila Gori 13 19
7.Zestafoni 13 18
8.Sioni Bolnisi 13 16
9.WIT Georgia 13 15
10.Merani Martvili 13 12
11.Spartaki Tskhinvali 13 10
12.Baia Zugdidi 13 7

Smashing result knocked out the Georgian Champions from the Europe League.

The British side, the stronger in the Europe League Play Offs due to their coefficient, had the qualification guaranteed after their smashing success in Tbilisi by 0-5. The returning match in the White Line Hart was as expected, completely dominated by the hosts.

The “Spurs” managed to score three times in this match, with strong offensive power showed specially by Jermain Defoe and Lewis Holtby.

The first goal was somehow polemic, one Georgian player was injured on the pitch and the hosts never gave up to the fair play, actually they attacked from the injured player’s side and scored. But the teammates were not capable to show their disappointment to the referee, they didn’t even try.

Despite the power of the English team, and the difference between the classes of both championships, this result on aggregate seems very difficult to digest.

Tottenham 3-0 Dinamo Tbilisi
(Agg: 8-0)
White Hart Lane Stadium – London, England.
Goals: 1-0 Jermain Defoe (40’), 2-0 Jermain Defoe (45’) and 3-0 Lewis Holtby (69’).
Booked: Sandro and Jermain Defoe (Tottenham); Georgi Merebashvili (Dinamo Tbilisi).
Tottenham: Brad Friedel, Kyle Walker (57’ Ezekiel Fryers), Younés Kaboul, Jan Vertonghen, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Kyle Naughton, Andros Townsend (46’ Harry Kane), Sandro, Thomas Carroll, Lewis Holtby (76’ Moussa Dembele) and Jermain Defoe.
Coach: André Villas-Boas.
Dinamo Tbilisi: Georgi Loria, Givi Kvaratskhelia, Georgi Gvelesiani, David Khurtsilava, David Kvirkvelia (34’ Darko Glisic), Levan Khmaladze, Dorin Goga, Elguja Grigalashvili (86’ Georgi Seturidze), Irakli Dzaria, Georgi Merebashvili (78’ David Khocholava) and Patrick Vouho.
Coach: Dusan Uhrin Jr.


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