FA Cup: Saints vs Spurs


Mourinho's honeymoon series with "Rooster" has ended and this time the Portuguese strategist is facing many challenges to bring the London team back to the glory of the season. before. On the contrary, after the early stages of struggling in the group holding the red light, Southampton is playing very sublimated to one circuit from the dangerous group in the Premier League. Continuing the excitement, despite being underestimated, it is likely that the home team St. Mary's will make a surprise to continue on the FA Cup playground.

Marching to the very annoying opponent's Crystal Palace, Southampton played an impressive match when they defeated the opponent with 2 extremely sharp counter attacks to end the game. The result helped the hosts of St. Mary's forgot about Wolves defeat in the previous round. As such, Southampton only lost 1 and won 4 in the last 5 appearances, which is really an impressive number. That achievement also helped Southampton get 31 points after 24 rounds in the Premier League with the 9th position in the rankings. Even Southampton has the same score as Tottenham and is only behind because it is inferior to the sub-index. In the previous match in the FA Cup, Southampton defeated Huddersfield to get the ticket to continue. Not to mention,

The overcast clouds in north London appear to have diminished somewhat after Tottenham's victory in the replay of the FA Cup third round. Although the white shirt team is quite hard to win the right to go to the oldest tournament in the country of fog. But teachers and coach Jose Mourinho are showing optimistic signs of performance. After 4 matches and draw consecutive losses, Tottenham has won. This victory gives hope to the rooster as they prepare to enter the second half of the season. However, the 0-0 draw on Watford's field continues to show the instability of Mourinho's teachers and students at this time. By 4 consecutive games in the Premier League, "Rooster" is known only to draw and lose. The storm will be bigger with Tottenham in this trip, because the last 2 times marched to the holy place of Southampton, representatives from north London were empty.  




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