Published: Thu, February 07, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Premier League Manager Makes an Interesting F1 Comparison

Premier League Manager Makes an Interesting F1 Comparison

Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-Min scored his second goal in four days as the London side eventually saw off battling Newcastle United 1-0 at Wembley and leapfrogged Manchester City into second place in the Premier League. Imagine an important Champions League match or a decisive end of the season title effecting match and running out for one of 10 more matches in a brand new home?

Tottenham now sits in the third position on the Premier League table, with seven points behind league leaders Liverpool and two points behind second place, Man City on the Premier League table.

"I can not tell you if he is ahead of schedule or not", said Pochettino, whose side host Newcastle on Saturday.

Former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri led the Foxes to the league title after defying the 5000-1 odds.

Only an incredible clearance off the line from Fabian Schar denied what seemed a certain goal for Christian Eriksen when the Dane flicked a corner goalwards.

The Blues' board are said to be livid with the club's embarrassing Premier League defeat against Bournemouth, although Chelsea bounced back with an impressive result against Huddersfield.

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However, Spurs got the break they needed for another vital three points when the tireless Son's powerful effort slipped beneath Dubravka's grasp to undo all of Newcastle's good work in holding out for 83 minutes. From the beginning he showed great energy and I am so happy with his performance, but more happy because he showed massive commitment with the team and that is so important to tell everyone.

'No one believed at the beginning of the season that this squad was capable of being there, ' he said.

"If he's ok maybe he's going to be in the starting XI, if not on the bench, but for sure if we need him, he's going to help the team, so that's one more circumstance again". It's easy to be passionate and shout "I am a winner" but if you don't have the tools to win, it's hard.

"Reality - if you see the table of course we are there".

"Always on the pitch he's 100 per cent in every action without or without the ball".

"That is my decision, that he's going to be involved with the first team from today and he's going to be like another player with the chances - if he deserves it - to be in the squad or to play".

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