Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Sherwood praised Adebayor in victory against Swansea

Tim SherwoodTottenham boss Tim Sherwood and pay per head sportsbooks praised Emmanuel Adebayor after he scored a brace in the 3-1 victory at Swansea.

Adebayor, Togo international who is a favourite with pay per head sportsbooks all over the world, was able to score either side of half time as he claimed the man of the match award at the Liberty Stadium, making it to six goals in his last eight matches.

Price per head services saw that an own goal by Chico Flores also helped Spurs on their way to a win before one was pulled back for the hosts by Wilfried Bony later on in the game, but Sherwood’s side were eventually able to claim their fifth straight Premier League victory away from home.

Sherwood did not suffer a league defeat since he took over last month from Andre Villas-Boas, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that in recent weeks he was quick to praise the impact made by Adebayor.

“It’s great,” he told Sky Sports. “It’s obviously great for the football club and it’s great for Ade himself.

“He’s flying at the moment and he’s enjoying his football. He’s playing with a smile on his face and he’s finding the back of the net.”

Pay per head sportsbooks could see that the victory in south Wales meant that Spurs moved level on points with a fourth-placed Liverpool, and Sherwood praised his men’s performance.

“I thought we played well,” he said. “Even though Swansea were having some chances from distance in the first period and they knocked it around, I thought we ironed it out in the end and got to grips with it.

“They do play a different way, they are brave on the ball, they do pass when marked and credit to them for that but we always thought that we could catch them.

“Even when they were having a lot of possession, I always thought we were the most dangerous side and it was just a matter of time before it clicked.

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“We found that final ball and in the second half we could have won more comfortably.”