Twitter reactions: Several fans react as Tottenham Hotspur down Aston Villa convincingly in the Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur recorded a crucial victory over Aston Villa as they cement their hold on the fourth position in the Premier League table as of now. The Lilyhwites dominated the game as they managed to secure an emphatic 4-0 victory against the Villains.
The North Londoners are now putting in impressive performances consistently and we can see the imprint of Antonio Conte on this team. Whilst the club from N-17 had to endure a tough start to the season, a top-four finish in England’s top tier seems like a realistic target at the moment.
Son Heung-Min opened the scoring for Spur in the 3rd minute and there was no looking back for Conte’s men ever since. January signing Dejan Kulusevski doubled the lead for the Lilywhites in the 50th minute.
The Korean international slotted the ball past Emiliano Martinez once again in the 66th minute to make it 3-0 for the visitors. There was no looking back after that as the 29-year-old forward hit the final nail in the coffin with an exquisite finish in the 71st minute to record a hat-trick against the Midlands club.
Spurs were looking highly unlikely to make anything of their season, but Kulusevksi has had a substantial impact since arriving in the last transfer window. That coupled with the resurgence of Harry Kane and Son has brought a genuine smile to the face of the Spurs supporters in recent memory.
Some Fans react as Tottenham Hotspur convincingly defeats Aston Villa in the Premier League.
This victory will give us some hope in a bid to secure a UEFA Champions League spot for next season. That being said, the supporters would be hoping that we can use these results as a launching pad for the coming season to challenge for more silverware.
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