Long live St. Totteringham’s day. For Arsenal supporters that is.
The long-celebrated tradition has been brought out of retirement for the upcoming weeks as two consecutive Spurs losses have Arsenal drooling over the potential of beating their rivals for third place behind Liverpool and Manchester City. If Arsenal leaves Wembley with three points, they will only be a point behind Spurs, an incredible turnaround after just a week.
Following a shock loss at Turf Moor last weekend, Tottenham’s woes continued with an uninspired performance against Chelsea. For the first time ever under Pochettino’s management, Spurs failed to execute even a single shot on target. Kieran Trippier, however, showed his teammates what good finishing looked like, slotting a pass beyond Hugo Lloris and into his own net.
Tottenham should be nervous at the possibility of Manchester United, Arsenal, or even Chelsea knocking them out of the Champions League positions in the final ten matches of the Premier League season.Read More