Tottenham Hotspur vs Barcelona
Tottenham Hotspur are awaiting the grand opening of their swanky new Spurs Stadium – just in time for the 2018/19 Premier and UEFA Europa League seasons.
The players are set. Their fresh pitch eagerly awaits them. It’s time for you to get ready and join them in style with premium VIP hospitality packages available now on Compare Hospitality.
But, Before That…
Another hurdle awaits them. Champions set to contend. Tottenham Hotspur vs Barcelona. The Champions League 2018/19 – another greatly anticipated game live at Wembley.
The Spurs must prepare themselves to battle La Liga titleholders Barcelona. If this upcoming match bears any similarities to their previous encounters, then Tottenham Hotspur are not in for a stress-free game. In fact, the Spurs have yet to beat Barcelona, with all prior matches ending in either defeat or draw.
The Beast of Barcelona
The third richest and most valuable football club in the world – Barcelona FC. Impressively, the team boasts twenty European and world titles to their name. Currently first in their league, La Liga, Barcelona have won the title a mammoth total of twenty five times. Indeed, the Barca Boys hold the record for the longest unbeaten run in a La Liga history: forty three matches undefeated.
Undoubtedly, Barcelona’s astounding track record will hold significant weight in the eyes of London competitors Tottenham Hotspur. The team are not likely to be an easy defeat, however, Tottenham Hotspur must remain hopeful and determined if they desire to overcome Barcelona for the first time yet.
Barcelona vs Tottenham Hotspur: The Last Meeting
The last time Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona met was in 2018 for the International Champions Cup. An exceptionally tight game which resulted in a 2-2 draw at full time.
Penalties proceeded and Barcelona emerged victorious scoring all five of their penalties in the deadly shoot out that left Tottenham Hotspur lagging behind in disappointment.
Another match, another win for the Barcelona side. Nevertheless, Tottenham Hotspur still brought a tough, competitive game for their challengers. With The Spurs attaining seven out of eighteen shots on target compared to Barcelona’s five out of eleven, statistics show Tottenham Hotspur were on the ball.
With Barcelona in a comfortable lead at half time, by the second half, Tottenham Hotspur refused to end with nil goals to their name and came back determined to level numbers before the final minute. This they did successfully, attaining two goals in two minutes in the final half hour.
Despite this effort, penalties proved to be a hurdle they could not mount.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Barcelona: A Not So Friendly Encounter
This 2009 friendly match saw yet another draw for Tottenham Hotspur vs Barcelona – 1-1.
With Barcelona securely in the lead for the majority of the game, Livermore’s late equaliser goal at eighty three minutes ensured the Spurs were not gravely crushed. His remarkable header turned around what could have been a frustrating defeat.
Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola released an entirely original team in the second half, a decision that can be said to have worked against them. However, their defence remained rigid leaving Tottenham Hotspur unable to outwit them in hopes of scoring another late winning goal.
Tottenham Hotspur Hospitality: Spurs vs Barcelona
Only time will tell whether The Spurs with finally enjoy victory over Barcelona. So, appreciate the intense atmosphere of this highly awaited Tottenham Hotspur game, perfectly paired with the most luxurious VIP hospitality packages available at Wembley.
The action, live from the Three Lions facility in Club Wembley. The seats, premium and reserved. The view, one of the best of the pitch. With an indulgent complementary food experience and complimentary beers, wines, soft and hot drinks; you and your party are sure to adore every single moment. An experience like no other.
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