Le 24 septembre 2016, 06:57 dans Humeurs • 0
Wanyama already on a yellow, mitted a tame foul early in the second half, the home crowd demanded red. Taylor seemed not to hear. Mauricio Pochettino, the Tottenham manager, did. Off came Wanyama. Since there was not another ball-winning midfielder on the bench, the more attacking ;rik Lamela came on.Tottenham was transformed. In the next 20 minutes it scored three goals. The last was Harry Kane’s first of the season and only the second of his 50 league goals scored before October 25th in a season. The anxiety was visible when he whiffed on a low cross. When the ball came straight back to him, Kane took the time to control it before slamming a shot into the net.The lesson for Stoke fans? Stop booing officials and start booing your players and your manager. They are the ones who are losing the matches http://www.futglory.com/
Payet once the Fifa Coins poster boy for unfulfilled potential has at belatedly been anointed one of the world’s best.The home team and its fans might have regarded little Watford as the supporting cast on Saturday. Sure enough, Antonio put West Ham two goals up. Payet assisted on both, the second with a Rabona. Payet then tried to score himself with a Rabona. Well before half time, West Ham was on a Usain Bolt victory lap.This is still the Premier League. You can let up, your opponent won’t. Odion Ighalo scored. Troy Deeney, brilliantly exploiting some slack defense, leveled on half time. By the 64th minute, ;tienne Capoue and Jos; Holebas had also scored for Watford as Adrian, the home goalie, had a nightmare.He is not the only one who needs to wake up. West Ham fans might be living a dream but they, above all, should know how easily bubbles burst.
Pochettino Fifa Coins stuck with the that served him and the team so well last season. Prior to this match, Pochettino had not gone a full match sticking in that shape — resorting in all or part of each of the three opening games to a rough 4-2-2-2 with two strikers in Harry Kane and Vincent Janssen.The failure of that experiment more or less demanded that Pochettino return to a more traditional tactical set, and it paid off with four goals scored and none conceded.Tottenham’s shape was misleading however. While it resembled the tactics of yesteryear, there was a twist here that ultimately brought Tottenham back into the game after a rough start and kept Stoke out of it