Wolverhampton (UK) (AFP) – Tottenham paid for an overly conservative approach from Jose Mourinho as Romain Saïs’ equalizer drew one-on-one on Sunday in Morinyu.
The Spurs got off to a dream start when Tanguy Ndombele started scoring in the first minute.
However, Mourinho’s subordinates were unable to win four games in a row due to severe disappointment for the league title for the first time in 60 years.
Tottenham has moved up to 5th place, but is 6 points behind leader Liverpool.
The leveler in the second half of Scythe was worthy of the wolf who dominated the second half.
But it was as familiar to the Spurs as it was two weeks ago at Crystal Palace, where a 1-1 draw blew another two points. They sat on an unstable 1-0 lead in most games and were punished.
Tottenham started like a team keen to make up for the 2-0 defeat to Leicester last weekend.
Son Heung-min’s narrow-angle shot was blocked behind, so visitors could even have scored before they did.
From the corners obtained, the ball broke into Ndombele at the edge of the box, and his shot tricked Rui Patrício, who should have done better with the wolf’s goal.
Wolves have been struggling for the goal since Raul Jimenez lost to a skull fracture last month.
The Mexican was in Molino for the first time since his injury, but his presence was overlooked in the field as the host took control without being on the cutting edge.
Fabio Silva fired a shot at the side net and Daniel Podence was too close to Hugo Lloris from the edge of the box before the break.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men had a habit of scoring most of the goals in the second half and looked like the only team to score after a break.
Silva’s soft penalty claim was abandoned as Tottenham severely restricted the host to potshots from range.
Ruben Neves curled narrowly before the wolf’s dangerous man Pedro Neto saw another effort from the edge of the area just biased significantly.
Neto was a provider when the wolf scored a performance-worthy goal in the second half. Scythe hit the marker in the near post corner and flicked the ball into the far corner.
The wolf even wins the game when 18-year-old Silva wasted a great opportunity for his first Premier League goal from open play with a straight header deep in Loris’ stoptime. I should have continued.
– Soccer Sports
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