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Premier League: Tottenham's Christian Eriksen secures dramatic win at Hull

Christian Eriksen snatched a late winner as Tottenham fought back to claim a 2-1 victory over 10-man Hull at the KC Stadium.

The Danish midfielder completed a second-half rally with an 89th minute strike, which piled more punishment on Hull after Gaston Ramirez saw red shortly after the break.

Hull had led through Jake Livermore's first-half effort, but Harry Kane equalised against the depleted Tigers, who remain worryingly close to the Premier League drop-zone, while Tottenham edged into the top half. 

Roberto Soldado tested the alertness of Allan McGregor with an early shot, but Tottenham’s defence was breached by the first genuine attack from Hull. Livermore (8) punished hesitancy from his former side, racing onto a loose ball and sending a fizzing drive into the far corner.

Some crisp passing from Spurs only briefly took the eye from their defensive frailties and nerves jangled again when Robbie Brady’s drive was expertly kept out by Hugo Lloris.

The Frenchman then watched on with relief as Hatem Ben Arfa blazed over after he pushed out a thumping effort from Ramirez.

Eriksen, a busy figure in midfield, tried to inject urgency into the visitors, who threatened before the break when Erik Lamela’s shot stung the palms of McGregor.

Hull’s grip on the game was loosened just six minutes into the second-half after the red mist descended for Ramirez. The midfielder lashed out with his boot after being nudged in the back by Jan Vertonghen, earning a swift punishment from referee Craig Pawson.

Spurs attacked the weakened hosts with fresh vigour and a tempting ball from Ben Davies just evaded the outstretched leg of Soldado.

But the predatory Kane (61) snatched a leveller soon afterwards. Hull’s defence seemed to stand still as Eriksen’s swirling free-kick bounced of a combination of McGregor and post, giving the striker time to tap in from close range.

Kane, one of the bright spots in a drab few months for Spurs, nearly added his second when he nodded over, while Ryan Mason tested McGregor from distance.

Hull were really hanging on and Lamela should have done better when he floated the ball over the bar from a promising position.

But with just a minute of normal time left, Eriksen capped off an energetic display by driving a precise shot into the bottom corner.

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  • Premier League: Tottenham's Christian Eriksen secures dramatic win at Hull

  • Christian Eriksen snatched a late winner as Tottenham fought back to claim a 2-1 victory over 10-man Hull at the KC Stadium.

  • Hull boss Steve Bruce believes Gaston Ramirez was harshly sent off in 2-1 defeat by Tottenham

  • Hull manager Steve Bruce questioned Gaston Ramirez’s dismissal during the 2-1 defeat by Tottenham at the KC Stadium.

  • Gaston Ramirez's sending off for Hull against Tottenham wasn't even a booking, says Jamie Carragher

  • Gaston Ramirez’s game-changing dismissal that helped Tottenham come from behind to win at Hull City was unjust, according to Jamie Carragher.

  • Hull City v Tottenham gallery

  • Check out the best pictures from Sunday's Premier League clash at the KC Stadium where Tottenham came from behind to beat Hull City 2-1.

  • Rumours in the Press: Liverpool target Redmond

  • Liverpool want to sign £10m-rated Norwich winger Nathan Redmond and Chelsea are lining up a move for Everton right-back Seamus Coleman.

  • Rumours in the Press: Gunners target Moutinho move

  • Arsenal are to make a £30m bid for Joao Moutinho and could make Thierry Henry a coach, while Liverpool want Saido Berahino and Nathaniel Clyne.

  • Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has no regrets over Michael Dawson joining Hull

  • Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has no regrets about allowing former captain Michael Dawson to join Hull City in August.

  • Premier League: Steve Bruce demands response from Hull City against Spurs

  • Hull City boss Steve Bruce wants to banish the memory of their defeat to Burnley by beating Tottenham this weekend.

  • Championship: Former Blackpool goalkeeper Iain Hesford has passed away

  • Blackpool have announced that their former goalkeeper Iain Hesford has passed away at the age of 54.

  • Tranmere sign Hull duo

  • Tranmere have signed Hull pair Calaum Jahraldo-Martin and Will Aimson on loan after losing a couple of players this week.

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