Blackburn 1 – 2 Tottenham

The Dutchman slotted Spurs ahead with a neat side-foot finish from 12 yards following a superb run by Kyle Walker.

Rovers levelled as Mauro Formica fired into the top corner after Christopher Samba had flicked on a free-kick.

After the break Van der Vaart showed more composure to curl in nonchalantly from 20 yards, keeping Rovers level at the bottom of the table with Wigan.

Numerous Blackburn fans marched towards Ewood Park armed with a variety of banners, placards and posters all calling for the exit of Kean, who was presiding over his 30th match in charge but remains with only six victories.

The home side started postitively, Junior Hoilett jinking through but firing well over, although two crucial interceptions were needed at the back, Jason Lowe denying Gareth Bale a certain goal then Givet scrambling clear with Emmanuel Adebayor poised.

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