Classic Catenaccio from Antonio Conte saw a final score of Spurs 1-2 Chelsea in our Premier League clash at Wembley Stadium.
Spurs vs Chelsea promises to be an epic battle in our home Premier League opener at Wembley, so we look at the key tactical flaws of the Blues.
Opening up a compact and narrow team earned three points as our Premier League clash finished Newcastle 0-2 Spurs at St. James’ Park.
Intelligent use of players in the wide areas key to opening up Italian champions as it finished Spurs 2-0 Juventus at Wembley.
Owning the ball and dictating the tempo saw a one-sided score of Man City 3-0 Spurs in our International Champions Cup match.
Struggling to break the Italian team’s shape saw our friendly end Spurs 2-3 Roma in the International Champions Cup at the Red Bull Arena.
Successfully opening up the inside channels saw us win our International Champions Cup match PSG 2-4 Spurs in Orlando, Florida.
The popular myth that Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama can’t play in defensive midfield together has been turned on its head.
Next season could see Mauricio Pochettino add another new formation to the Tottenham Hotspur armoury to surprise the Premier League.
Working from in to out, the Lilywhites coasted to an easy victory as it finished Kitchee 1-4 Spurs in the Hong Kong Stadium.