Unlikely Tottenham player in European Team of the Week after Bournemouth victory
Mar 14 2018 by Marjorie Miles
Spurs put the agony of exiting the Champions League in midweek behind them, though, by netting a further three times in the second period - two of those coming in the 87th minute onwards.
So they need to recover their poise this afternoon, to keep on track for next season's Champions League and to prepare them for a taxing Cup quarter with Swansea next weekend. Rather, we learn from experience, hope to get there in the end, and either do or don't.
Tottenham will be looking to bounce back from their European disappointment when they take on Bournemouth at Dean Court on Sunday afternoon.
"I think this season if you are going to say one think about Dele Alli - we know that he can score goals, he was fantastic past year - now he tries to come to feet and link up quite a lot".
"We will always have our own identity and the way we play", the Belgium global told the Telegraph. "It was a hard start, they played very positive and offensive, but at one down we had to level it up". You can speak about it in both ways.
England global Dier sustained an elbow injury in the midweek Champions League clash with Juventus and faces a late assessment. "We could have played five or six at the back but that is not how we are".
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