Redknapp pleased with away point from Swansea clash

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp paid tribute Swansea following the 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium yesterday, reports.

Scott Sinclair’s late equaliser denied Spurs the chance of a seventh league win on the road this season. Redknapp believes that Swansea deserved a point with the way they played yesterday and was impressed with how good they were. Tottenham now sit third in the league and have a game in hand on the rest, which is the rearranged opening day fixture against Everton.

Redknapp said: ‘I don’t think many teams are going to come here and win. I think anyone coming here and taking a point will be quite pleased. They’ll be a match for anyone. We’re disappointed because we were 1-0 up. If we’d come from 1-0 down to equalise, we’d go home thinking, ‘that’s a good point’. Only one team has won here, United, and that was a tight game’.

One concern from the game for the Spurs manager is a knee injury sustained by Scott Parker. The England international was replaced in the game and Redknapp confirmed that he received a ‘bang on the knee’ and was struggling to continue.

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