Ahead of the last NLD at the Lane, Mike’s optimism has taken on new heights. Finally, he says, Spurs will seize their opportunity to prove themselves far superior to their North London counterparts.
Spurs’ hopes of finishing as the Premier League champions grew exponentially as the league leaders managed to get completely battered at Old Trafford against a man they knew far too well.
Spurs won on a weekend when some of their rivals dropped significant points. Who will finish in the top 4 of the Premier League? Mike has his crack.
Spurs put in a composed and determined performance to finally end Chelsea’s run of 13 consecutive wins. Dele Alli stole the show with two headed goals; can Spurs really go the distance?
Tottenham Hotspur won what was by the end a comfortable game against the high-flying Saints, leading Mike to suggest that the Spurs of old may yet be back. This top 4 race is certainly one for the ages.
Spurs continued their struggles in getting a result against the top 6 of the Premier League, the only exception being their Man City victory. The latest to beat them is a previously struggling Man United.
Spurs’ comeback win, while not impressive, can surely be a boost of morale and confidence ahead of a lineup of fixtures that are very intimidating at first glance. But, performance will need to improve.
Spurs extended their unbeaten streak against Arsenal on Sunday after holding their North London rivals to a point. Harry Kane was the man once again—and that is an encouraging sign for Tottenham.
Spurs have been struggling this past two weeks. They haven’t necessarily been bad, but they haven’t been good either. They must rediscover their grit if they want to finish in the top four this season.
Harry Kane’s injury may be worrisome to the majority of Spurs supporters, but Janssen is eagerly waiting in the sidelines awaiting his much delayed Premier League debut.