Kane returns Tottenham to the pomade

A Ndombele Vaseline, which is left to the spectator to decide whether or not it was intentional, sentenced a deserved victory for the Spurs.

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In a Premier as even as this year, in which the six leading teams concentrate on just four points, each victory represents a shot of energy that triggers aspirations. Today, against a Sheffield United that is sunk in the last position of the standings, José Mourinho's Tottenham confirmed the improvement that had been seen lately with the fourth victory in the last five games. A Ndombele Vaseline, which is left to the spectator to decide whether or not it was intentional, sentenced a deserved victory for the Spurs.

What began with a header from Aurier to open the scoring, seemed to be sentenced with a shot from outside the box by Harry Kane, who every time he has scored this season has guaranteed victory for his team. His 12 goals this season in the Premier, and Son's 12, which crashed a ball into the wood, bring him closer to a top scorer that Salah retains for the moment by the slightest advantage. Even so, and under the tutelage of Mourinho, English is growing in importance in the game, and right now it is an omnipresent figure in the attack.

However, McGoldrick, with a fantastic header, closed the gap in the second half and sowed the first doubts among the Londoners, but Ndombele, with his vaseline, or a deflected center, according to taste, certified a deserved victory that returns Tottenham to the fourth place and it leaves him very close to Manchester United and Liverpool, who face today.



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