A mesmerising performance through our use of triangles and Gylfi Sigurdsson through the inside left channel sees it finish Spurs 2 Norwich 0 at the Lane.
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Gylfi Sigurdsson spent most of last season out on the left, but could a shift to 4-3-3 see him return to the central role he excelled in at Swansea?
Lewis Holtby was supposed to be our new number ten, but does moving him deeper allow us to open up our midfield whilst still retaining a defensive presence?
We lacked tempo and width, whereas the Toffees played long and on the counter, as our Premier League match finished Spurs 2 Everton 2 at White Hart Lane.
In recent weeks we’ve seen some crucial misses at key points in games, but have Spurs been wasteful in front of goal this season?
It’s not been the easiest of weeks for Spurs fans, but despite three defeats in seven days, there have been several positives from our performances.
Tottenham score from three different types of crosses to dominate our Europa League last 16 tie, as it finishes Spurs 3 Inter 0 at White Hart Lane.
Both Lewis Holtby and Gylfi Sigurdsson have played on the left after Gareth Bale’s switch to the centre, but who should be playing there for Spurs?
Andros Townsend has shown great form on loan at QPR that will benefit him and Spurs in the long run, but what about short term cover for our wide players?
Lewis Holtby was supposed to join Tottenham in the summer, but Daniel Levy swooped to get him now. So just what does Lewis Holtby bring to Spurs?