Tottenham won crazy, Conte stormed with a Premier League record

20 Jan 2022 | 04:31

Conte arrived and made Tottenham and Harry Kane better, with the London Rooster’s unbeaten Premier League record ever after a 3-2 win over Leicester City.

Tottenham have just had a crazy 3-2 victory at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium. Coach Conte’s team was 2-1 down until the end of official time but turned the game around spectacularly in the last 2 minutes of injury time.

 Tottenham just had a crazy victory at Leicester City

Tottenham just had a crazy victory at Leicester City

Steven Bergwijn’s double came on from the bench not long ago, in the 90+5 and 90+7 minutes, making Conte’s teachers and students want to explode with excitement.

Winning Leicester City 3-2, Totteham is only 1 point away from 4th place in the Premier League, while playing 3 matches less than West Ham.

The victory is also a motivation for Conte’s teachers and students to prepare for another difficult match – as a guest to Chelsea at 23:30 on January 23. This is the opponent that Tottenham have just lost 0-3 after 2 legs of the semi-finals of the League Cup.

However, the Premier League seems to give Tottenham under Conte a completely different strength when until now they have remained unbeaten since the Italian strategist arrived, raising it to 9.

This is the record of the London Rooster that no other ruler has done before. And don’t forget, before Conte arrived, Tottenham had lost five of their seven games. In addition, Harry Kane’s form also gradually regained under Conte’s time.

Coach Conte expressed his joy after the match: “A great victory. I honestly don’t think Tottenham deserved to lose. A draw for me is also unfair.

I think Tottenham played a good game, created a lot of chances to score but no luck. However, my players showed that they did not want to give up, had to fight to the end.

We showed our determination not to accept defeat against Leicester City. This is a compliment to the players and my team, not to me.”

However, this coach also pointed out what Tottenham need to improve: “We have to learn to control the game and grasp different situations. Or how to play with a higher speed and move the ball faster or hold the ball and reduce the intensity…

We can improve more but it’s a long way. We have only just started together, but the players show me great ability and a desire to improve. And we have a lot of room for improvement.”