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Tottenham Hotspur got back to accomplishing ways with a 2-1 triumph over Southampton. Tanguy Ndombele inaugurated the scoring for Mauricio Pochettino’s side. This was before a moment to overlook for Hugo Lloris allowed Danny Ings to score one after 40 minutes. However, when your back’s facing the wall you need a conductor to step forward.
Fortunately for Mauricio Pochettino and the Tottenham Hotspur side and fans, Harry Kane was the player to do that. The forward produced an elegant finish. That is what made the team move to secure the three points. Although, they were heading to North London and had a challenging week. Of course, there’s still a number of players yet to recover from injury.
Giovani Lo Celso
On 8 August 2019, Lo Celso signed for Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan with an option to buy, after a long summer of speculation over his future. He made his appearance for Tottenham as a late replacement in the second Premier League match of the season against Manchester City that ended 2–2. A match well-known for discussion over VAR and a new rule on handball preceded this season. After three replacement appearances for the club, Lo Celso injured his hip while on international duty for Argentina.
Spurs were dealt an extensive injury blow upon the news that summer signing Giovani Lo Celso will be out of work until November. The midfielder pulled up the injury while on international duty. With Spurs confirming last week that the player nursed a hip injury that will see him miss infrequent weeks of action.
On 8 August 2019, Sessegnon signed for Tottenham Hotspur on a five-year deal, with an arbitrary one-year extension. The deal was meriting £25 million. It also saw Josh Onomah transfer to Fulham. The England U21 international bungled the start of the season. Unfortunately, he had to back due to a hamstring injury accumulated up while on international duty during the summer. The youth resembled to be getting closer to obtaining his debut after joining in with first-team training last week. However, the defender has undergone an injury set back, with Spurs confirming that they are now monitoring his progress while continuing his rehabilitation.
There is no specified date, as of now for when the ex Fulham man could ultimately make his Spurs premiere. The club has validated that the left-sided player is continuing to undergo on-field recovery. Son Heung-min was substituted midway through the second half against Southampton. However, it’s not believed that it was due to an injury. Juan Foyth is also over his injury problems have returned to the matchday squad versus Colchester.