Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado are all vying to be the starting striker for Mauricio Pochettino, but who best fits his system?
Emmanuel Adebayor is exactly the type of striker Mauricio Pochettino needs for his system to work, but do we need more from him?
Who is the better fit for the forward role in Mauricio Pochettino’s system at Spurs, Roberto Soldado or Emmanuel Adebayor?
Getting at the Black Cats’ wingbacks opened them up; hitting Adebayor with early passes finished them off, as it finished Spurs 5 Sunderland 1 at the Lane.
After a spate of goals when Tim Sherwood took over, there has been a real dearth recently. So, just what has been causing it?
Tottenham were stifled by Dnipro’s set up but a change to exploit the space down our left sees it finish Spurs 3 Dnipro 1 in our Europa League tie.
A sensational display takes advantage of three box-to-box midfielders and the Magpies lack of a holding player to see it finish Newcastle 0 Spurs 4.
We started by attacking down the flanks but ended up going through the centre as it finished Hull 1 Spurs 1 in our Premier League clash.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been a revelation since coming back in to the Tottenham first team and we’ve been using his greatest asset to run our attack.
The Swans tried to overrun central midfield, but get exposed through the full back zones as our match at the Liberty finishes Swansea 1 Spurs 3.