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Real Madrid vs Tottenham-Spur
Real Madrid swept Tottenham-Spur away last Tuesday at home with a 4-1.
The Madrid team has won nine times the Champions League. However, it has not reached a semi-final sice 2003. Fortunately, it seems this time is going to be different and they are going to make it.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been a great help and a key player to achieve this objective. He scored the two first goals of the Real Madrid vs Tottenham-Spur, proving to be a nightmare for Tottenham as it is his tenth goal against the English team. So, there are many reasons why Tottenham players should fear Adebayor.
Tottenham-Spur had to play with only ten members because they lost Peter Crouch to a 15th-minute red card. Despite of that loss, they could score the first goal of the match. Soon afterwards, Adebayor scored the two first goals for his team.
During the second-half of the Real Madrid vs Tottenham-Spur game, it was Angel Di Maria who scored the third goal and then it came the strike of Cristiano Ronaldo, who seems to be completely recovered from this hamstring injury.
Adebayor was very happy with the outcome of the match and happy to have scored two goals. Besides, he got chills when he heard the excited, crazy Real Madrid crowd at the Bernabeu stadium chanting Manolito, Manolito! to him.
Next Wednesday Real Madrid vs Tottenham Hotspur are going to play again at White Hart Lane. It's going to be a decisive game to reach the semi-finals. Who is going to make it? It's difficult to answer, but I'm sure Emmanuel Adebayor is not going to make it easy for Tottenham. Don't you think?