Tottenham manager Antonio Conte reveals what he told the players in the dressing room message after unwanted record
Tottenham were booed off the field by their fans after a dreary execution against Aston Vila at home.
Tottenham set an undesirable standard of being the primary Premier League side to surrender somewhere around two goals in their last seven games in the league.
The Lillywhites have just won two times in their last seven Premier League and have exited the main four following a dreary show against Aston Manor on New Year’s Day.
Returning goalkeeper Hugo Lloris committed an essential error by spilling a standard shot which Watkins set up Emi Buendía to open the scoring for Unai Emery’s side.
Douglas Luiz, exceptional all through the game then, at that point, polished the game off splendidly with a certain completion to guarantee they beat Tottenham at home, taking each of the three points and recording their most memorable consecutive away wins at their new manager.
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Unai Emery probably won’t have been a triumph at Arsenal however he generally got the better of Tottenham and proceeded with his fine structure against them. Antonio Conte who has been left scratching his hair presently says he’s advised the players to zero in on Precious stone Royal residence.
He told reporters after the game: “I have no complains about the performance and for me football is strange because we had the desire.
“The first goal changed the game and they didn’t feel the desire to stay one nil down. Normally we would come back today we didn’tdo this.
“If you ask me the central defenders played a good game, the two wink backs played a good game and the midfielders played a good game but the strikers.
“The players can feel a warm atmosphere and the players can feel that. I wasn’t angry with the players because I know how much they gave and I told them.
“All I told them that now we have to fight because from the first to the last we have to fight and be realistic.”