After a long and hard season, we can all look back at some of the brightest moments from the campaign. We had the team doing incredibly well in the Champions League as we beat Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in the group stages.
We also did pretty well in the FA Cup and Premier League but just could not add a trophy to another impressive season under Mauricio Pochettino.
Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min were a few stars who did extremely well for us and after a long series of tweets, the fans finally voted for the goal of the season.
The award went to Son Heung-min’s winner against Crystal Palace in the Premier League and here are some of the best reactions to the goal from good old Sonny.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 9, 2018
While a number of fans celebrated the tweet and the selection, there were some who believed that Victor Wanyama should have won the award for his effort against Liverpool.
hahaha the Koreans taking over the Twitter vote 😂😂😂
— Kieran Kirschner🏴 (@kkirschy23) June 9, 2018
Wanyama sitting there like? pic.twitter.com/lxLFG8GFjI
— Joe (@joey_163) June 9, 2018
Lads, you know we love you and we adore Sonny but something isn’t quite right here.
How has Wanyama’s goal against Liverpool not won this vote by a landslide.
— Last Word On Spurs🎙 (@LastWordOnSpurs) June 9, 2018
Fixed. Wanyama’s goal is the best goal we have ever scored in the PL.
— Séan (@EriksenStyle) June 9, 2018
That wasn’t even his best goal lmao
— Ikey (@RafaVDV) June 9, 2018
Congrats Vict… WAIT WHAT
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) June 9, 2018
that’s like our 5th best, not even Son’s best
justice for Wanyama pic.twitter.com/3DwGdoi0Hr
— E (@spagyama) June 9, 2018
South Korea has taken over COYS twitter.
— Pochitivity (@spursy1882) June 9, 2018
— Matt⁹🏴 (@CIassyKane) June 9, 2018
This wasn’t Sons best goal, it wasn’t the best goal at Wembley and it definitely wasn’t best goal of the season.. my son is now crying on his birthday I hope you’re happy
— devlin (@thfcdev) June 9, 2018
Gonna go ahead and disagree x
— KerryCOYS (Exams) 💙 (@ElectricEriksen) June 9, 2018
Victor’s been robbed here
— Sam Ingram (@MayTheFoyth) June 9, 2018
“The tackle was nice, eh?” – Mauricio Pochettino hails Eric Dier’s incredible tackle on Sergio Ramos
The Lilywhites have been brilliant under the manager since he took over from Southampton. We are now regulars for a top-four spot and lie a couple of points behind the Premier League leaders after eight games.
Pochettino was quoted by the Guardian as saying:
“The tackle was nice, eh?
“He touched the ball. In England, that’s never a foul. In Europe, it’s different. But to be brave like this – look, Dier is a holding midfielder and he was pressing Sergio Ramos in the penalty area.
“That is the mentality that, from day one at Spurs, we have tried to translate to the players. I feel proud about that. It’s a fantastic attitude, one that we always need to keep pushing.”
Dier did get booked for that challenge in Seville but it set the tone for the rest of the game. The manager also spoke about the significance of moments such as the one from Dier.
“The signal that you send to your opponents is important.
“To say: ‘We are not scared of you. We come here and we want to beat you.’
“We can play good or bad but always it’s about the attitude. With different attitudes, sure, the game would be completely different and have different results. With only talent you cannot beat any team. But talent with attitude is everything.”
Tottenham have made a decent start in the league and hopefully, we will be able to carry the same form for the rest of the season.
We have lost both our games in the Champions League so far, and face a couple of crucial ties against PSV Eindhoven next.
“I had friends that chose a criminal life” – Tottenham star opens up about how football saved him
The former Paris Saint-Germain star has found his feet in England, after a tough six months last season, and claimed a number of his friends went down the “bad way.”
Moura was speaking to the Evening Standard and was quoted saying:
“It was very difficult when I was young because there are problems with violence, gangs, guns, drugs – a criminal life.
“I had friends that choose a criminal life. Some of them are in prison and some of them are dead. They chose the bad way.
“I played a lot of football in the street. My dream was to become a footballer – that’s why I didn’t go to the bad way. I always believed I could realise my dream and give another life to my family.”
Moura added that his parents sent him down the right path and that he always wanted to be a footballer and nothing else.
The Brazilian’s form this season saw him earn a recall to the national side. Moura has three goals from eight Premier League games and has been one of the more consistent players for Tottenham.
The 26-year-old was used sparingly by Mauricio Pochettino after joining us in January but believes he can get better.
“The first five months was to adapt to the new life, the new championship, the new coach, a new country, a new club.
“Now I’ve done a pre-season with the team and I understand what the coach expects from me. Here the game is so dynamic, the intensity is so high. I hope I’m a little far from my best. I’m playing well but can do better.”
The Brazilian hasn’t hit the levels that he did during his first few years with PSG but working with Pochettino should help him reach his potential.
The season is only a few games in and hopefully, we will see the best of Moura in the coming months.
Arsenal leading race to sign £50m-rated Tottenham target
The Turkish youngster joined the Italian side in 2017 and has been one of the most impressive players for the team.
The report claims that the Gunners are leading Tottenham and Bayern Munich for the 21-year-old’s signature. Under has a couple of goals and three assists from eight games this season and played for the Turkish national side during the international break.
Although Tottenham didn’t bring in new faces in the summer, we can’t rule out transfers in the winter window.
Almost every team will be looking to add quality in the winter window and we should be no different. It will be interesting to see if we continue keeping tabs on the Turkish international as the season progresses.
Tottenham could do with someone of Under’s quality in the team, as he seems ready for Premier League football.
The 21-year-old could get even better under the watchful eye of Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine is one of the best managers in the world, and his record of getting the best out of youngsters could help us land some quality players in January.
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