Date: 18th January 2011 at 4:47pm
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White Hart Lane is always a foreboding place to visit.

The manner in which Harry Redknapp sends his team out, with Aaron Lennon and Gareth Bale playing out wide and stretching defences seems to be a ploy that brings Spurs success.

On Sunday, Bale wasn`t as influential as he has been in previous games and Lennon was given short-shrift by Patrice Evra,

Somewhere down the line, a myth seems to have evolved whereby it`s genuinely thought that Evra is given a rough time by Lennon, something Patrice is quick to have his say about, remarking to the red-top press,

“He didn`t score and he didn`t make an assist. I think I did a good job and I`m happy with my performance.”

“People always say Lennon gives me a difficult game but I think they`ve only watched the Carling Cup Final from 2009.”

“If you watch the games since then I don`t think he has beaten me once.”


Anyone else reckon Lennon is over-rated?