by: Agence France-Presse — The Score 1h
Brighton - Harry Kane ended a five-game goal drought as Tottenham secured a much-needed 2-1 win for manager Mauricio Pochettino at Brighton on Saturday.Spurs travelled to the soggy south coast on the back of three straight defeats for the first time...
by: Joe Prince-Wright — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 2h
This is what you call an amazing solo goal.
by: Nick Ames at Amex Stadium — The Guardian 2h
Harry Kane’s first-half penalty and Érik Lamela’s second finished off a tough Brighton side as Spurs won 2-1 at the Amex Stadium, with Anthony Knockaert replying deep in injury time
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Rob+Draper+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 2h
ROB DRAPER AT THE AMEX STADIUM: It was the slickness and speed of the goal that perhaps signalled Spurs are finding their range again. For now, the mini-slump is certainly halted.
by: N/A — Football Whispers 2h
Spurs got back to winning ways and Harry Kane put an end to his goal drought with an emphatic penalty. Here are five things we learned.
by: David Hytner — The Guardian 22h
Three successive defeats have left Tottenham’s manager, Mauricio Pochettino, concerned about a lack of desire in his players
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Matt+Barlow+for+the+Daily+Mail — Daily Mail 22h
Mauricio Pochettino has hit back at claims his players are tired and overworked and insisted he is doing everything possible to keep them fresh and fit.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Ian+Ladyman+for+the+Daily+Mail — Daily Mail 22h
EXCLUSIVE BY IAN LADYMAN: The recent Man City documentary showed Pep Guardiola to be a man of many words. Kyle Walker admits he doesn’t always understand all of them.
by: Sam Wallace — The Telegraph 23h
Mauricio Pochettino has told his Tottenham Hotspur players that he cannot solve their vulnerability at set-pieces through coaching alone and that they have to consider it a question of professional pride that they are not out-muscled in the way they have.
by: Matt Law — The Telegraph 21 Sep
There was not a pause for thought or moment’s hesitation from Theo Walcott when he was asked whether or not he would celebrate scoring a goal against Arsenal.