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Tottenham Hotspur continues good start

Tottenham Hotspur continues good start

After a rocky summer, the Spurs surprised everyone during the opening weekend by beating Manchester City. A perfect start for new manager Nuno Espirito Santo. This start is a confidence boost for everyone involved at the Spurs. It was clearly a result where the club needed to build on. The second match was the perfect opportunity to show is this result was a one off or not. Tottenham Hotspur played an away match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Molineux Stadium is always a tough place to go. For every single Premier League team.

Great start by Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur wanted to immediately take this match and own it. Something they did at the start of this match. An early penalty was netted by Dele Alli to take the lead within 10 minutes after the start of this match. If there’s any manager who knows what to do to defend a lead against Wolverhampton Wanderers, it’s Nuno. He joined Tottenham Hotspur this summer after a long spell at the Wolves. The lead went all the way to half-time.

Stability in defence

Tottenham Hotspur has always been that team with a strong attack, but lacking stability in defence. Players like Eric Dier and Davinson Sanchez always got a lot of criticism for conceding too many goals. It’s early to make claims, but it definitely looks like Nuno worked on the stability in defence. With two clean sheets in two tough games, Tottenham Hotspur looks very solid at the back. If they can keep this up for an entire season, it can become very fun the New White Hart Lane. Next week they play Watford at home. The last match before the international break. Book your Tottenham Hotspur v Watford tickets now and support the team to another victory. Going into the break with 9 out of 3 would give the Spurs fans an amazing feeling.