Emmanuel Adebayor and Aaron Lennon hit Spurs milestones

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Tottenham's match against Sunderland not only brought a point but also meant Aaron Lennon and Emmanuel Adebayor hit significant appearances milestones.

Striker Adebayor hit a century of appearances for the Lilywhites, while Lennon's appearance off the bench meant he has now made 350 appearances for Tottenham.

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Adebayor, who has scored 42 times in 100 games, was disappointed he could not crown his personal achievement with a win.

“We had so many chances, didn’t take them and we’re all disappointed - I don’t know what else to say,” the Togolese striker told the club's website.

“I have been in England for a long time now and Tottenham for a long time now as well. It’s good for me, I’m very happy. I know I have the confidence of everyone at the club and I’ll try to keep doing my job and doing my best.

“I’m happy to have reached 100 games, now I look forward to 101 and102 and I’ll try to score as many goals as I can and help the team as much as possible.”

Lennon, meanwhile, is 4th in the all-time Tottenham Premier League appearance chart, and only behind Steve Perryman in terms of European appearances for the club.

Spurs have not lost a game in which Lennon has scored, but with only 26 league goals it is not such an impression statistic.

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