Spurs have lost against Manchester United, Chelsea and now Arsenal so far this season, scoring just one goal in the process. They have just the impressive 4-1 home defeat of Liverpool in their favour when it comes to battling the ‘Big Six’. And, despite near misses in the last two seasons, keeper Lloris said a
Some teams are a bit shy when it comes to attacking the opposition, so the playmaker is a little hard to pick out – we’re looking at you, West Brom. However, talkSPORT would have to say it’s Matt Phillips. Understandably, given the way the Baggies play, he does not feature high on this list, but
The 24-year-old, who made his senior debut back in 2009, has become a spearhead for both Spurs and England over recent seasons, making him one of the most sought-after strikers in the world.
Kane, who has won the Premier League Golden Boot in the last two campaigns, has netted eight goals from 11 league
“Harry Kane has won the golden boot in the last two seasons but is now sixth in the standings after failing to score past Arsenal”
Tottenham star man Harry Kane has won it in each of the last two seasons, but the England ace is down in sixth place this
Arsenal have condemned the social media abuse aimed at a journalist after the club responded to one of his posts on Twitter. Adam Crafton, a Daily Mail sports reporter, wrote a combined XI piece which featured 11 Tottenham players and none from Arsenal ahead of the north London derby on Saturday. The Gunners went on
And according to pundit and former Manchester United star Gary Neville, that is the best he has ever seen the Gunners play. Arsene Wenger’s men dominated from the start. First half goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez all but ended the contest before the interval. And Neville said he was mightily impressed with the
The left-back has been on the sidelines since the start of the year after suffering a serious knee injury, but did play 89 minutes in the recent win over Crystal Palace and 71 minutes for England against Germany.
So it came as something of a surprise when Ben Davies was given the nod ahead
Joey Barton believes Dele Alli is being affected by issues off the pitch after putting in another subdued display in the north London derby against Arsenal. The Tottenham midfielder passed a late fitness test to take his place in Mauricio Pochettino’s starting line-up but failed to make his mark on the game as his side
But Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has made it clear the Spurs star, 21 is not the only option for the playmaker position. Also in the frame are Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 21, who is currently on loan at Crystal Palace, and Liverpool’s Adam Lallana, 29. Southgate is also delighted at the progress being made by
Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez secured the Gunners a dominant 2-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium, but there was a hint of fortune about each of the first-half goals.
Mustafi’s header came after referee Mike Dean had awarded a dubious free-kick for a foul on Sanchez, while Alexandre Lacazette appeared offside in the build-up