Tottenham news - Spurs managed a huge comeback against Sheffield United on Saturday, continuing Ange Postecoglou's ideal start to life at the club
The best, as he put it, was yet to come from this side but it seemed as though supporters could get excited about the team that could be and where they could go under his stewardship. In the short-term though, the visit of the Blades offered a different challenge, having shown they can cause even Manchester City a tough time.
With the whistle following shortly afterwards, the Lilywhites went from the brink of defeat to the elation of victory, taking all three points with them. As usual, the national media have given their verdict on the match and how they saw the result going for Tottenham.
Reflecting on the chaos of the game, the Telegraph claimed that the "love story" around Tottenham is continuing under Postecoglou. The report said: "These are still early days with tougher tests to come, but there is a love story already gathering pace at Tottenham, who have now made their best start to a season since 1965.
"Head coach Ange Postecoglou milked the adoration of the Spurs crowd as he walked off the pitch after his players had disappeared down the tunnel and Robbie Williams’ ‘Angels’, which has been reworded in his honour, blared over the stadium speakers."
In a piece reflecting on some talking points from the game, the Mirror interestingly pointed out that it may be the first time that Tottenham missed Harry Kane following his move to Bayern Munich. "Ignore the result and the late drama for the moment," the report states. "For 98 minutes Spurs missed Kane acutely for the first time since his departure to Bayern Munich as chances went amiss in the type ofRead on m.allfootballapp.com