This could have been an absolutely brutal stretch for Tottenham Hotspur after suffering injuries in January with two of their best players in Harry Kane and Delle Ally. Instead, in their last four Premier League games, Spurs did not succumb to victory and did not succumb, and on Wednesday in their home match against the Champions League with Borussia Dortmund, they hit the German team, which was also hindered by injury. of the second half of the second half.
Each of the results came to the perfect crosses that found their goals right in front of the net. The first, almost immediately after the end of half, came at the foot of Jan Vertongen. The Central Defender, who came out of the left wing with Danny Rose, failed to find his place. The son, who had to take up most of the spot work with Kane and Dele, has scored a goal in every of Tottenham's last four games. And Vertonghen, of all people, gained a good gratitude for his Son's help with this fantastic ball by Serge Aurier, who put him in the newly discovered offensive weapon behind the Dortmund line at the point to create a beautiful left edge. Vertonghen's goal was only the fifth in 200 games as Spurs player.
And this was Deputy Striker Fernando Lorenté, who often causes more disappointment than excitement, put the icing on the top just a few minutes later. At the corner of Christian Erikensen, Lorente received the ball's head just a few paces from the door, burying Dortmund and stamping a special Wembley evening. The top spot of Tottenham after the first game may not be overwhelming ̵
1; not even their nine-point pillow for third place in the table of the EPA – but nine days to the next match in every contest, this brilliant result helps give the plant a deserved opportunity to relax for a while. The last few weeks may have been murderous for the group of Spurs, which is not known for its depth, but instead are their rivals who break apart, not them. The return of their stars might be imminent But so far Tottenham did not need them to continue to win.