Will Tottenham’s defensive approach cost them the top 4?

Published on December 28, 2020 by

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.

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