Harry Kane reveals the new Tottenham tactics teams can’t seem to cope with
Tottenham have found a better approach for scoring and separating groups when the game is tight.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has uncovered he and his colleagues are investing energy breaking down shortcomings of rivals and drawing up set piece designs to get out groups.
The English striker scored from an Ivan Perisic conveyance late against Chelsea to grab a draw from the jaws of rout at Stamford Bridge.
He rehashed the stunt against Wolves, this time profiting from a flick from the wing-back, part of the way through the game to guarantee Spurs picked three focuses at home and proceed with their great beginning to the season.
The Lillywhites have now scored two put forth piece goals in the initial three rounds of the time and have gotten four focuses as an immediate outcome from corner kicks.
Gianno Vio, the man portrayed in Italy as the ‘unmistakable advantage’ during Italy’s Euro 2020 accomplishment at Wembley was designated in June to further develop Tottenham’s set piece construction and his effect has previously been felt all through the principal group.
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Last season Spurs scored only eight goals from set-pieces, and yielded 10 yet since the arrangement of the new set piece mentor, they have scored two from their initial three games and surrendered that just Kalidou Koulibaly volley against Chelsea.
Kane says there is no downplaying his impact and his arrival has given the team a new dimension to attacking opponents.
He said: “We’ve been working on them in training. We see it as a real opportunity to break the deadlock in games.
“We know how important set-pieces can be in tight games especially. Two in two now, hopefully we can keep it up.”
Kane’s teammate Dejan Kulusevski says Gianno Vio deserves a pay rise having coached the team to pick up important points already.
The Spurs man said: “I just told him three times that we have to give him more money. He has to get a pay rise for sure! Shoutout to him.
“He’s very important. He makes a difference, like you can see. At the end of the day, we won on a set piece today so we have to keep working on that.
“ It’s not the funnest thing in the world but it produces results. It helps a lot. Three games, three goals [from set pieces] I think, so we have to keep listening to him and do what he says.”
“I don’t remember that we scored so many [from set pieces] last season but it’s very important. Now we have to get better. Every time we get a set piece we have to believe we can score.”