Vincent Janssen delivers verdict on individual Tottenham display v Southampton

Vincent Janssen delivers verdict on individual Tottenham display v Southampton

Kane, who has scored 24 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions in the present campaign, missed his side's 2-1 win over Southampton with an injury.

Dele Alli has said he will never change, and says he has the full backing of his Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino to keep the win-at-all-costs side of his game. The Tottenham boss also dismissed speculation over a possible injury to Kyle Walker, who sustained a minor thumb problem.

"If the referee gives a penalty for the first then he needed to give penalty for us".

With 56 points from 27 round, Tottenham are standing 2 place of English Premier League point table.

The Dane was able to pick out the run of Heung-Min Son in the first minute with a ball over the top of the Southampton defence, which saw Son's near post shot saved well by Fraser Forster.

Picking the ball up 25 yards from goal, the Denmark worldwide pushed the ball onto his left foot and sent a firm strike arrowing beyond Forster into the bottom-left corner.

Dele Alli says he has learned from his sending-off against Gent but makes no apologies for his competitive edge and has no intention of taking it out of his game. Janssen impressed as a late substitute against Southampton. But, within seconds of Gabbiadini's withdrawal, the visitors were hit by a further blow as Alli was tripped in the area by Steven Davis and coolly converted the penalty himself.

The Japanese defender also said that his side must come back stronger after the worldwide break in order to have a good end to the season. In those nine games, they have managed to score just eight goals and have won just three (W3 D4 L2).

Spurs are unbeaten in their first 14 home top-flight league games of a season for the first time since 1964/65. He's a player that is playing in his best position. he looks like a striker, because he's more than clever.

Spurs beat Southampton at home to continue a brilliant record at White Hart Lane during the 2016-17 season.

Spurs now sit second in the table - ahead of Man City on goal difference - and with third placed Liverpool heading to the Etihad Stadium tomorrow Tottenham have the ideal opportunity to take advantage of their nearest rivals dropping points.