Pogba influential in North London. A day to forget for the referee and Jose Mourinho. Spurs fortunate to be up 1-0 at the break through Son whose adjusted foul by Scot McTominay had the ref chop off Cavani’s would be opener. Spurs’ negative tactics invited United to come at the deep Tottenham defensive line. UnitedContinue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE:TOTTENHAM VS MANCHESTER UNITED”
Tottenham messed almost certain progress to the last eight of the Europa League by producing a horror second half display to lose the tie 3-2 on aggregate. Jose Mourinho’s men threw out of at the window a 2-0 first leg lead at Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia. After a more or less even first half, DinamoContinue reading “EUROPA LEAGUE:SPURS IMPLODE IN THE BALKANS”
Last night we got a glimpse of what it would be like if Mourinho loosens his belt tightening tactics. Great exhibit for cup football. On the balance of play Spurs probably deserved to go through. Refreshing to see a change in formation from Tottenham. Lamela, Lucas and Bergwijn look a formidable attacking trio.Crosses that troubledContinue reading “FA CUP:EVERTON VS TOTTENHAM”
Spurs paid the price for a conservative first half falling to their second conservative league defeat against old foes Chelsea. To say the blues were on top in the first half would be an understatement. They were dominant on every aspect of play and deserve the goal albeit through a penalty. Dier had a rushContinue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE:TOTTENHAM VS CHELSEA”
3 MISTAKES ,3 GOALS. Liverpool returned to winning ways at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with a great attacking display with a little help from our friends in the Spurs central defense. For once Jose had no intention of defending for a goalless draw on this one. He organized Spurs into an attack minded 3-4-3 withContinue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE:TOTTENHAM VS LIVERPOOL”
Tottenham Hotspurs lost ground on the top 6, were held by a battling Fulham at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This game was ironically one of the few occasions Jose Mourinho’s team had the majority of possession.Even then they only shaved 3% more than Fulham. Jose’s MO is find Kane then Son in the box afterContinue reading “ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE WEDNESDAY”
It is not my intention to look like a buzz kill, Tottenham made unnecessary hard work at disposing of Championship side Brentford in last night’s semi final. Fielding more or less their premier league first 11, I would have thought they would be out of sight by half time. The Bees had 11 shots atContinue reading “CARABAO CUP:TOTTENHAM VS BRENTFORD”
Firmino’s last minute header catapulted Liverpool to the top of the premier league standings in a match Spurs feel were unlucky not to get at least a point. Salah’s deflected shot looped over Lloris in the 26th minute before Son beat the Liverpool offside to score. Great vision by Lo Celso.
Spurs traveled to Austria on Thursday night knowing that to avoid defeat will propel them to the last 32 to join surprise Group J leaders Royal Antwerp. Jose Mourinho rested Kane and Dier. He traveled with a host of young players including Jake Clark and Harvey White.
A Jose Mourinho masterclass in defending and counter attacking football saw Spurs record back to back home premier league wins against Man City