Redknapp’s men have better of London derby.
Relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers held Champions League-chasing Tottenham Hotspur to a well-earned point in the early kick-off in the Premier League.
The goalless draw enabled Harry Redknapp’s side to move off the foot of the top-flight table, at least until Reading play, and will give the West Londoners great hope in their battle to avoid the drop.
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And, after the match the former Tottenham head coach expressed his satisfaction with his team’s display, telling Sky Sports News:
“Every bit as good as the performance against Chelsea – we worked our socks off against a real top team today. I can’t ask for more than that
“We restricted to them very few opportunities. Nedum Onouha and Fabio nullified two fantastic wingers. That was the quietest I’ve seen Gareth Bale for many a year.”
Meanwhile, his opposite number, Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas, was also equally content with the result.
“They defended very well; we wanted to play with a higher tempo, but they frustrate you,” said the Portuguese.
“Julio Cesar had a great game. We had some big chances; in a game like this it’s important to score first.
“It was a difficult game for us, but we got an away point so we are satisfied.”
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