Conte’s passion fuels Tottenham’s spirit


Tottenham Hotspur make comeback when you beat Leeds United. The passion of the manager, Antonio Conte, fueled the spirits of The Lilywhites.

Tottenham hosted Leeds at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, Sunday (11/21/2021). The hosts had missed first.

Appearing badly in the first half, Tottenham conceded ahead of the first half ended. Hugo Lloris’ goal was scored by Daniel James, leaving Tottenham behind 0-1 at half-time.

Opta noted, Tottenham failed in the first half. They only had two shots and none of them were on target.

In the second half, Tottenham played better. As a result, two goals were scored, which turned things around. The first through Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and the second through Sergio Reguilon.

After the match, Antonio Conte, explain that Tottenham Hotspur rose from the spirit of it. The passion of the manager who exploded on the field fueled the spirits of the Lilywhites.

“I have great passion and I want to transfer it to all circles,” he said, as reported by the club’s official website.

“I told the players that we have a lot of room for improvement and I’m happy that so much was involved today. [Harry] Winks struggled in the first half, but played with personality in the second. [Ryan] Sessegnon’s entry is also important, so it’s appropriate to celebrate it with passion.”

The victory moved Tottenham up to seventh in the Premier League standings. The result against Leeds was also Conte’s first win with Tottenham in the Premier League.

Now, Tottenham are only four points adrift of the fourth-ranked team inhabited by West Ham United. Conte insists he just wants to continue to bring Harry Kane et al look good.

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“For sure we want to fight and try to improve the position in the table. I have to be honest and say that in England the league is very difficult and every game is difficult. You can drop points against all teams,” he added.

“I believe in this player and squad. We want to fight to stay close and fight for the Champions League. Then, if one team slips up in the season or makes a mistake, we have to be there to try to do our best.” Antonio Conte.

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