Tanguy Ndombele had Tottenham off to a flying start against Wolverhampton Wanderers, scoring 58 seconds in at Molineux. After that, Jose Mourinho’s Spurs sat behind the ball, not putting a shot on target after the 21st minute, and Wolves finally broke the resistance late to secure a 1-1 draw. With one win in their last six Premier League matches, is even finishing in the top four a tall order for Tottenham? How is this defensive approach affecting Harry Kane and Son Heung-min? ESPN FC’s Don Hutchison, Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol dive deep into Spurs’ latest setback.
Will Tottenham’s defensive approach cost them the top 4?
Published on December 28, 2020 by Youtube Video