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Tottenham lost to Wolves

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec9,2023 #Tottenham #Wolves
Tottenham lost to Wolves 2
Tottenham lost to Wolves 2

Scored: Bergwijn 13, Aurier 45 – Doherty 27, Jota 57, Jimenez 73.

Defense has been a pride of coach Jose Mourinho through every team he has previously led.

Doherty equalized 1-1 for Wolves midway through the first half.

When the attack lost both of its best options – Harry Kane and Son Heungmin, the two goals scored by Bergwijin and Aurier were not bad results for Tottenham.

This 2-3 defeat at home caused Tottenham to lose all three recent matches in all competitions.

The way Tottenham bowed and left the field was completely different from the determination and excitement they showed when entering the game.

Minute 13, Serge Aurier rose high, moved into the space created by the opponent, to put the ball into the penalty area.

Tottenham lost to Wolves

Aurier (No. 24) shared joy with his teammates after increasing the score to 2-1 for Tottenham.

However, in that seemingly perfect half, Tottenham still showed ripples in defense, with midfielder Japhet Tanganga making an error leading to Wolves’ 1-1 equalizer in the 27th minute. This 20-year-old defender

Mourinho, after two consecutive losses at the hands of RB Leizpig and then Chelsea, decided to refresh his defense.

Wolves, meanwhile, showed why they are considered a phenomenon in both the Premier League and the Europa League right now.

In the 57th minute, Traore rushed forward in the middle, passed the two home players, then pushed the ball for Doherty to speed up to respond.

Tottenham lost to Wolves

Mourinho was often angry with his players in the defense.

In the last 20 minutes, including extra time, Mourinho used all three substitutions, sending his troops to attack.

Wolves, meanwhile, extended their unbeaten streak when they visited London to nine matches (4 wins, 5 draws) since being promoted in 2018. The three points earned today helped coach Nuno and his team overcome Tottenham to win.

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Tottenham (4-2-3-1): Gazzaniga – Aurier (Fernandes 82), Sanchez, Tanganga (Ndombele 76), Davies (Parrott 90+1) – Dier, Winks – Bergwijn, Lo Celso, Alli – Moura.

Subs: Vorm, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Skipp.

Wolves (3-4-3): Patricio – Boly, Coady, Saiss – Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Vinagre – Traore (Neto 74), Jimenez (Podence 90+3), Jota (Dendoncker 79).

Subs: Ruddy, Gibbs-White, Kilman, Buur.

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