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Spurs succeeded only to win a draw at Molineux, though we saw a great game today, full of excitement and six incredible goals, three on each side.

Kevin Doyle’s double now sees Spurs fifth carrying 48 points, the same as Chelsea, and only if the Blues fail to built on this week’s thrilling win over their bitter rivals Manchester United and disappoint in tomorrow’s clash with Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

It all looked as if Spurs got this in the bag and were to travel home safe and sound. Jermaine Defoe finally got his first goals of the season, two outstanding goals, worth seeing a couple of times.

A vital point for Mick McCarthy and the crew who, despite a number of promising displays, are still left to struggle in the relegation zone, just one spot away from the mere bottom, but it seems as if Harry Redkanpp has much more to regret from. Accordingly, he said: “Obviously it’s a blow, you look like you’ve got three points but you only end up with one.

“But you just keep going. We’ve got another game next week and we’ll see how we go.”

Full of excitement, the game also saw Gareth Bale’s recuperation from on-going back pain and a controversial penalty the referee awarded Wolves with. Redknapp commented: “I couldn’t even see what had happened. I didn’t know why he had given the penalty and I haven’t seen the replay.”