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Summary

  1. Kane levels after free-kick hits post
  2. Eriksen strikes winner from 20 yards
  3. Ramirez red for kicking out
  4. Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool
  5. Liverpool's third straight league defeat

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By Saj Chowdhury and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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That is your lot for tonight though.

With a third of the season gone, and just nine points between the relegation zone and the Champions League spots, we have a humdinging a Premier League campaign in prospect.

Just as long as you ignore pesky Chelsea, seven points out in front, that is.

See you all later.

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Yannick Bolasie: Good win today. The Premier League only gets harder - let's go CPFC.

Week ahead

Your week ahead in football looks a little something like this.

Aston Villa v Southampton is your Premier League Monday night action.

Manchester City are fighting for their Champions League lives at home to Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Liverpool are doing likewise against Ludogorets on Wednesday.

Tottenham at home to Partizan Belgrade and Everton away to Wolfsburg is your Europa League Thursday, with Celtic playing Red Bull Salzburg at Parkhead.

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Gary Lineker

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"A goal from Christian Eriksen that was as delightful as it was important. At least to the manager it was!"

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John Hutchinson: I have a feeling that in the next few weeks there's going to be a shake down in the Premier League. Some sort of natural order will emerge.

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Gaston Ramirez
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Gaston Ramirez was making his first start of the season for Hull.

A red card 50 minutes in means he will have to wait a while for his second.

It may be all a little academic, but I thought the Uruguayan looked bright before his early bath.

Manager reaction

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Steve Bruce
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Hull manager Steve Bruce on BBC: "For me the Premier League is the spectacle it is because of the honesty and ferociousness of it. It was petulant by Ramirez but it is not violent conduct. Vertonghen goes down as if he has been pole-axed.

"Vertonghen's actions are there for everyone to see but does he have to go over like that? I would be really disappointed if I was going to do something like that. The linesman 10 yards away and there is a difference between a flick and violent conduct.

"It spoils the game, we have lost the game on a decision.

"We were more like ourselves, we were excellent in the first half,. The whole game changed the moment the guy got sent off."

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Dwight Gayle: What a win that was today fans were unreal today. Always nice to get on the scoresheet.

What's next for Reds?

Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool

Liverpool's fixture list could go one of two ways for Brendan Rodgers.

It could be an ideal run of games against weaker opposition for his side to recover confidence. Or, lose most of them and it could be a one-way street to full-blown crisis.

They play Ludogorets away in the Champions League on Wednesday, Stoke at home on Saturday, Leicester away on 2 December and Sunderland at home on 6 December.

Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live

"It's just not happening for Liverpool; they are not scoring goals and letting too many in it's as simple as that, Teams were scared to death of Liverpool last season and it was all built on that attacking play. But they've had the heart of their side ripped out. They are bottom half of the league, but that's where they should be based on the way they've played. People no longer fear Liverpool, they have a lack of confidence and they are still a scalp. It's the worst of all the worlds for Brendan Rodgers."

Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool

Brendan Rodgers
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Somewhere, crawling round the south circular right now, is a downcast Liverpool coach.

On board is a downcast Liverpool coach.

Brendan Rodgers has not been shy in pointing out his own and his side's shortcomings.

This is the little list in the centre of

the story on the BBC Sport website:

  • His players' passing is too tentative
  • There is not enough intensity and togetherness
  • Confidence is low and the team is conceding poor goals
  • They are not aggressive and not playing as a team.

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Sam Robson: The quality may not be in the Premier League, but from fourth down the tightness of the league makes for a fascinating season.

Manager reaction

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Mauricio Pochettino
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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BBC Sport: "It was very important this victory because it is important to stay in our position. an important win for the supporters and the club. The second half at the beginning, we showed we were a better team, than the first half. Never easy to play against 10 players but in the end we deserved the victory.

"Hull scored early and it was difficult to manage. They tried to pressure us but in the second half we showed a lot of personality and character and we need to keep that in the next few games."

Player reaction

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Jake Livermore
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Hull midfielder Jake Livermore: "We are disappointed. We have not had time to reflect on the incident but the game changed with the sending off. Credit to Tottenham they kept the ball very well. Ramirez has apologised but the time he played he was magnificent. The league "

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Kevin in Hornchurch: How poor is the Premier League this season apart from Chelsea? Spurs are so poor, like most around them. All the money makes for good watch but the quality is lacking. You could end up with any three out of Top 10 for Champions League places.

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Tottenham goalscorer Harry Kane: "We were told to move ball quicker and make game of it. They were winning all the second balls. In the second half we changed it. The man sent off helped. I knew Christian Eriksen would hit the target [with the free-kick] and it came right for me."

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You can text them at 85058,tweet @bbc606 or call them on 0500 909 693.

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The games hinged on Gaston Ramirez's red card just after the break.

Here are the action areas from an evenly fought first half:

Action areas first half
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And here is the story of Spurs' second-half stranglehold:

Action areas second half
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Chris in Norwich: Is Spurs' only tactic this season to provoke the opposition down to 10 men?

Maggie in Suffolk: Once again a sending off has saved spurs. I don't know how we have won this game, but we will take it. They make my nerves bad every time they play these days!

Mac in Sheffield: If Daniel Levy had been told at the start of the season that he would be on equal points with Arsenal and Everton, then he would've been very happy. Strange places for all the supposed 'big' teams.

Player reaction

Hull 1-2 Tottenham

Tottenham goalscorer Christian Eriksen: "In the first half we started slow then we were quicker. With the 10 men it helped us and gave us space. I'm going to sleep pretty well tonight [after scoring]. It's nice to see those teams expected to be in top four lose this weekend and us get the points. A few wins and we'll be up there again."

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Christian Eriksen has just picked up the man of the match award.

If a Tottenham player, rather than one of the hard-working Hull team, is going to get it, then he is the man.

A very healthy pass completion rate (92.2%), five chances created and the winning goal. Not too much to argue about there.

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Jon Dunn: Guide to beating Spurs - keep 11 players on the field.

Jonty Leibowitz: Another late winner doesn't hide the malaise at Spurs. Still our worst side in a decade.

David Nicholas: Can we play against 10 men every week? Another painful watch.

Hull 1-2 Tottenham

Referee Craig Pawson and his linesmen are waiting in the middle of the pitch for Tottenham to finish applauding their fans and depart the scene.

They might be best to take their time. The home fans and Steve Bruce will want a word about the red card that changed the game.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the KC Stadium

"This might kickstart Tottenham's season, but I'm not totally convinced by them. They were disjointed at times, but because the Premier League is so tight a couple of wins and you are right back in there. It's a big win for them, but it hinged on the sending off and I'm sure Steve Bruce will have something to say on that. If Hull had got that second goal in the first half it might have been different."

FULL-TIME

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Hugo Lloris celebrates
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Hull 1-2 Tottenham

The four minutes extra are up. The referee looks at his watch...

Hull manager Steve Bruce
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Hull 1-2 Tottenham

Ahmed Elmohamady's header drops wide of the Tottenham goal with Hugo Lloris watching it all the way.

Tottenham are dragging their feet over every stoppage.

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Tyrone Lewis: As "poor" as Spurs have been this season, we'll be on the same points as Arsenal and Everton if we hang on to win.

YELLOW CARD

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Andrew Robertson goes into the book for a rant at Craig Pawson as Hull desperately push on.

Hull 1-2 Tottenham

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the KC Stadium

"Whenever Christian Eriksen has picked the ball up he's looked like creating something. It's a brilliant goal from him, and time is running out for Hull now."

Christian Eriksen celebrates
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GOAL

Hull 1-2 Tottenham - Christian Eriksen

The Hull defence finally cracks.

Christian Eriksen is the man who picks the lock, drilling home from 20 yards after the hosts sit deeper and deeper.

What a body blow for a Hull side who have sweated buckets.

Christian Eriksen scores for Tottenham
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PENALTY APPEAL

Hull 1-1 Tottenham

Half-hearted appeals from the visitors as Aaron Lennon lifts the ball into Curtis Davies. More chest than hand.

Hull 1-1 Tottenham

Erik Lamela looks like he has controlled the ball in the box. He has, but with his arm. A free-kick which Allan McGregor will take his time over.

SUBSTITUTION

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One to eat up the clock. Stephen Quinn is on to replace Robbie Brady and immediately trots across to mark Aaron Lennon.

Hull 1-1 Tottenham

Erik Lamela shows too much of the ball to Robbie Brady as he attempts to thread it through to Vlad Chiriches.

When Chiriches does get time and space to look up, Allan McGregor gets out and up to claim the cross.

Tottenham toiling, Hull surviving.

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Tottenham scored twice in the second half to come back and claim

a win away to Aston villa earlier this month after Christian Benteke had been sent off for the hosts.

Repeat order? We have 10 minutes left to find out.

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Roberto Soldado looks like he was carrying an injury as he made his way to the bench.

Roberto Soldado is fouled
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Paul in London: I feel for Mauricio Pochettino. Spurs must look terrific in training, but that's because our defenders are all so clueless that they make Roberto Soldado look like Pele. How do you work on something in training if your players are incapable of taking on basic concepts?

Rich in Maidstone: looks like referees are going to bail Spurs out every time they are behind away from home this season.

Dan in London: It's great that Kane scored. But if it stays like this it's a poor result for Spurs.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the KC Stadium

"There's only so many times you can say with Roberto Soldado is 'getting into the right areas'. You have to judge a striker on his goals record."

SUBSTITUTION

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A brief bit of confusion on the Spurs bench, but it is Roberto Soldado, rather than Erik Lamela, who will make way to allow Paulinho a run-out. A bit of a strange one with the game apparently there for the taking.