“No, no, no, let them go, let them go and enjoy it," were the words of Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou on supporters that are loving early life under him. «My role is not to burst people's bubbles. Let them get excited, let them get ahead of themselves. That's the beauty of being a supporter. They go through enough pain mate, you want to let them enjoy it.
»If they think we're going to be world beaters then great, that's up to us to match that expectation. Our supporters deserve to have some happiness and enjoy it any way they want to.” That followed on from watching one of the greatest comebacks his side have seen.
Spurs returned from the international break to host Sheffield United, having won three and drawn one from their opening four games of the Premier League season. It was a tough match for the hosts, who found themselves one goal down going into the final few minutes, having been left frustrated by the Blades.
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There was a twist to come though as substitute Richarlison headed home his first goal of the league campaign in the eighth minute of stoppage time. Fast forward a few minutes and the Brazilian was involved again, this time setting up Dejan Kulusevski to score a 101st minute winner.
The stadium was sent into chaos with celebrations as yet another three points went the way of the Lilywhites before next week's north London derby. Given how much was going on, there were a few moments missed by fans amidst the scenes that followed.
After the celebrations,Brennan Johnson and Pape Matar Sarr were both spotted helping out teammate Yves Bissouma on the floor. The midfielder had suffered with cramps in his legs, with theRead on football.london