Keiran TRIPPIER

Tottenham Hotspur

Keiran  TRIPPIER - Tottenham Hotspur - 2018/2019 Champions League

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 17 April 2019

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    • POSITION
      Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 19 September 1990
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Bury, England
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
  • WORLD CUP
  • CLUBS
  • Burnley FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2011-2012 (loan), 2012-2015
    • League Debut
      Saturday 6th August 2011 in a 2-2 draw at home to Burnley.
    • Club Career
      170 League appearances 5 goals.
  • Tottenham Hotspur
    • Club Career Dates
      2015-
    • League Debut
      Sunday 25th October 2015 as a sub in a 5-1 win at Bournemouth.
    • Club Career
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Keiran TRIPPIER - Tottenham Hotspur - 2018/2019 Champions League

Kieran Trippier at The City of Manchester Stadium in Spurs 3-4 defeat but which still took them

through to the semi-finals of the Champions League.

2018/2019 Champions League.


                                                                                   Group B

 

Tottenham Hotspur (2) v (4) FC Barcelona. (Coutinho 2m, Rakitić 28m, Kane 52m, Lamela 66m, Messi 56m & 90m)

Wednesday October 3rd. 2018. Wembley Stadium, London. Attendance 82,137.

Tottenham:

1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C),  2. Kieran Trippier, 4. Toby Alderweireld,  6. Davinson Sánchez,  7. Heung-Min Son (17. Moussa Sissoko 66 min), 

8 Harry Winks, 10. Harry Kane,  11. Erik Lamela (18. Fernando Llorente 79 min),  12. Victor Wanyama (15. Eric Dier 57 min),

27.  Lucas,  33. Ben Davies.

Barcelona:

1. Marc-André ter Stegen (GK),  2. Nélson Semedo,  3. Gerard Piqué,  4. Ivan Rakitić,  5. Sergio Busquets (24. Thomas Vermaelen 90 min), 

7. Philippe Coutinho (12. Rafinha 83 min), 8. Arthur (22. Arturo Vidal 87 min),  9. Luis Suárez,  10. Lionel Messi (C),

15. Clément Lenglet,  18. Jordi Alba.

 

PSV Eindhoven (2) v (2) Tottenham Hotspur. (Lozano 30m, Lucas 39m, Kane 55m, de Jong 87m).PSV Stadium, Eindhoven, Holland.

Wednesday October 24th 2018. Attendance 35,000.

PSV Eindhoven:

1. Jeroen Zoet (GK),  4. Nick Viergever,  5. Daniel Schwaab,  6. Angeliño,  7. Gastón Pereiro (19. Cody Gakpo 83 min), 8. Jorrit Hendrix,

9. Luuk de Jong (C), 11. Hirving Lozano, 14. Donyell Malen, 18. Pablo Rosario, 22. Denzel Dumfries.

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C) (R.C. 79 min), 2. Kieran Trippier, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 6. Davinson Sánchez, 7. Heung-Min Son (13. Michel Vorm (GK) 81 min),

10. Harry Kane, 15. Eric Dier, 19. Mousa Dembélé (8. Harry Winks 74 min), 23. Christian Eriksen, 27. Lucas (11. Erik Lamela 64 min),

33 Ben Davies.

 

Tottenham Hotspur (2) v (1) PSV Eindhoven. (de Jong 2m, , Kane 78m & 89m.). Wembley Stadium, London,. Attendance 48,588

Tuesday November 6th. 2018.

Tottenham:

22. Paulo Gazzaniga (GK), 4. Toby Alderweireld,  6. Davinson Sánchez, 7. Heung-Min Son (18. Fernando Llorente 75 min), 8. Harry Winks,

10. Harry Kane, 20. Dele Alli, 23 .Christian Eriksen, 24. Serge Aurier (2. Kieran Trippier 75 min),

27. Lucas (11. Erik Lamela 62 min), 33. Ben Davies.

PSV Eindhoven:

1. Jeroen Zoet (GK), 4. Nick Viergever, 5. Daniel Schwaab, 6. Angeliño, 7. Gastón Pereiro (14.  Donyell Malen 73 min), 8. Jorrit Hendrix,

9. Luuk de Jong (C) (20. Trent Sainsbury 81 min), 11. Hirving Lozano,  17. Steve Bergwijn (25. Érick Gutiérrez 86 min),

18. Pablo Rosario, 22. Denzel Dumfries.

 

                                                              Quarter Final. 1st. Leg.

 

Tottenham Hotspur (1) v (0) Manchester City. (Son 78 min.). Tuesday April 9th. 2019. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London.

Attendance 60,044.

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C), 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 7. Heung-Min Son,

 8. Harry Winks (12. Victor Wanyama 81 min), 10. Harry Kane (27. Lucas Moura 58 min), 17. Moussa Sissoko,

20. Dele Alli (18. Fernando Llorente 87 min),  23. Christian Eriksen.

Manchester City:

31. Ederson (GK), 2. Kyle Walker, 7. Raheem Sterling, 8. İlkay Gündoğan, 10. Sergio Agüero (33. Gabriel Jesus 71 min),
14. Aymeric Laporte, 18. Fabian Delph, 21. David Silva (C) (17. Kevin De Bruyne 89 min), 25. Fernandinho,

26. Riyad Mahrez (19. Leroy Sane 89 min), 30. Nicolás Otamendi.

                                                              Quarter Final 2nd. Leg.

 

Manchester City (4) v (3) Tottenham Hotspur. (Sterling 4m & 21m,  Bernardo Silva 11m, Agüero 59m, Son 7m & 10m,

Llorente 73m.). City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester.  Wednesday 17th. April 2019. Attendance:53,348.

Manchester City:

31. Ederson (GK), 2. Kyle Walker, 4. Vincent Kompany (C), 7. Raheem Sterling, 8 İlkay Gündoğan, 10. Sergio Agüero,

14. Aymeric Laporte, 17. Kevin De Bruyne, 20. Bernardo Silva, 21. David Silva (25. Fernandinho 63 min),

22. Benjamin Mendy (19. Leroy Sane 84 min).

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C), 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 7. Heung-Min Son,

12. Victor Wanyama, 17. Moussa Sissoko (18. Fernando Llorente 41 min),

20. Dele Alli,  23. Christian Eriksen,  27. Lucas Moura (27. Ben Davies 82 min).

Tottenham won on away goals (3) after the final scores finished 4-4, at the end of the second leg.


                                                                Semi-Final.  1st. Leg.

 

Tottenham Hotspur (0) v (1) AFC Ajax. (Van de Beek 15m.) Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London.

Tuesday 30th. April 2019. Attendance 60,243.

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C),  2. Kieran Trippier (21. Juan Foyth 80 min), 3. Danny Rose (33. Ben Davies 79  min), 4. Toby Alderweireld,

5. Jan Vertonghen (17. Moussa Sissoko 39 min), 6. Davinson Sánchez, 12. Victor Wanyama, 18. Fernando Llorente, 20. Dele Alli,

23. Christian Eriksen, 27. Lucas Moura.

Ajax:

24. André Onana  (GK), 3. Joël Veltman, 4. Matthijs de Ligt (C),  6. Donny van de Beek, 7. David Neres, 10. Dušan Tadić,

17. Daley Blind, 20. Lasse Schöne (12. Noussair Mazraouli 65 min), 21. Frenkie de Jong,

22. Hakim Ziyech (9. Klaus Jan Huntelaar 87 min), 31 Nicolás Tagliafico.

 

                                                                Semi-Final. 2nd. Leg.


AFC Ajax (2) v (3) Tottenham Hotspur. (De Ligt 5m, Ziyech 35m, Moura 55m, 59m & 90+6m). Johan Cruijff ArenA, 

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Wednesday 8th. May 2019. Attendance:

Ajax:

24. André Onana (GK), 4. Matthijs de Ligt (C),  6. Donny van de Beek (16. Lisandro Magallan 90 min), 10. Dušan Tadić,

12. Noussair Mazraoui, 17. Daley Blind, 20. Lasse Schöne (3. Joel Veltman 60 min), 21. Frenkie de Jong, 22. Hakim Ziyech,

25. Kasper Dolberg (8. Daley Sinkgraven 67 min), 31 Nicolás Tagliafico.

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C),  2. Kieran Trippier (11. Erik Lamela 81 min), 3. Danny Rose (33. Ben Davies 82 min), 4. Toby Alderweireld,

5. Jan Vertonghen, 7. Heung-Min Son, 12. Victor Wanyama (18. Fernando Llorent 46 min), 17. Moussa Sissoko, 20. Dele Alli,

23. Christian Eriksen, 27. Lucas Moura.

 

Aggregate score 3-3: Tottenham win on away goals. The three second half goals in Amsterdam !


                                                                      THE FINAL.


Tottenham Hotspur (0) v (2) Liverpool. (Salah 2m pen, Origi 87m). Wand Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid.

Saturday 1st. June  2019.  Attendance: 63,272.

Tottenham:

 1. Hugo Lloris (GK) (C), 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 7. Heung-Min Son,

 8. Harry Winks (27. Lucas Moura 66 min), 10. Harry Kane, 17. Moussa Sissoko, (15. Eric Dyer 74 min),

20. Dele Alli (18. Fernando Llorente 81 min), 23. Christian Eriksen.

Liverpool:

13. Alisson Becker (GK),  3. Fabinho, 4. Virgil Van Dijk, 5. Georginio Wijnaldum (7. James Milner 62 min),

 9. Roberto Firmino (27. Divock Origi 58 min), 10. Sadio Mané (12. Joe Gomez 90 min), 11. Mohamed Salah,

14. Jordan Henderson (C), 26. Andy Robertson, 32. Joël Matip, 66. Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia).


Liverpool's sixth European Cup victory saw them surpass the five titles of Barcelona and Bayern Munich,

leaving them behind only Real Madrid (13) and AC Milan (7).

Kieran Trippeir playing for Spurs against Barcelona at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday 3rd. October 2018.