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Last updated : 30 August 2009 By Brian Cartlidge

The Independent:

Aaron Lennon's strike deep into injury-time ensured that Tottenham Hotspur continued their best start to a league campaign for 49 years. But with four wins from four matches they have a long way to go to emulate the 1960-61 Double winning side, who launched that remarkable season with 11 successive victories.
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The Guardian:

Alex McLeish described it as "a bit of a boot in the proverbials". Harry Redknapp savoured a continuation of his side's 100% record. As for Aaron Lennon, who conjured up a dramatic winner deep into stoppage-time, his celebrations threatened to carry him on to Tottenham High Road.
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The Telegraph:

Aaron Lennon maintained Tottenham's perfect start to the season with a late winner, but victory came at a cost with Ledley King and Luka Modric picking up worrying injuries.
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The Times:

Sometimes your luck is in. The home fans sang about Spurs marching, glorying in their club's best opening to a season in almost half a century, but this should have been the afternoon when it came to an end.
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