Tottenham let the Premier go

Not even the fantastic connection that was seen between Reguilón, who is going out to earn the forgiveness of his coach, and Kane was enough.


Is Tottenham a team to win the Premier League? And, most importantly, is your success or failure to be judged by it? José Mourinho is consumed by doubts. Victory is in your genes, but just as you must adapt your system to the players you have, you may also have to contract their expectations. Today, against Fulham, in a game delayed by a coronavirus outbreak among their west London neighbors, the Spurs have gone from being able to stay third to a point for Liverpool ... to falling to sixth place.

Not even the fantastic connection that was seen between Reguilón, who is out to earn his coach's forgiveness, and Kane, who is simply Kane, was enough. A fantastic center from Spanish and a header no less good from English seemed to put a match on track that seemed to be in their pockets.

However, when it most seemed that they were going to kill the game, after a play in which Son sent a ball to Areola's left post, Lookman put a cross that Cavaleiro sent to the back of the net. Neither Reguilón, who scored in 89, although offside, was able to put his team ahead again. The pitcher of cold water for Mou's, who had barely won one of their last five Premier matches, was tremendous, and now it's a day of reflection to consider where Tottenham wants to go ... and how far it can go.

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