In the 2020/21 season, it can be said that Tottenham Hotspur is one of the teams with the best attacking lines. How come? There are Son-Heung Min, Harry Kane and the newly recruited from Real Madrid, Gareth Bale.
Yes, after many times it was rumored to be sending the Wales national team winger back, Tottenham Hotspur finally realized the transfer rumors this summer.
The former Southampton player has officially been on loan from Real Madrid, following the player’s disappointing situation at the La Liga club.
Unfortunately, Bale is still unable to make his debut in the second period with Tottenham Hotspur. But in fact the Spurs are still dangerous without the presence of the Wales national team winger.
If the 30-year-old player has recovered, Mourinho’s squad is believed to be even more impressive. At least that is what Dimitar Berbatov, a former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur striker, believes.
“I am very impressed with Spurs recently, and we cannot underestimate them. The combination between Kane and Son will be even stronger, and the addition of Bale makes them scary.”
“I was impressed with Ndombele and Sissoko in midfield as well as Hojbjerg from Southampton who was incredible,” Berbatov told Betfair.
Indeed, Tottenham Hotspur appeared terengginas at the start of this season. One example is when beating Manchester United with a 6-1 score at Old Trafford.
The combination of Son and Kane produced 14 goals for Spurs at the start of this season, not to mention if Bale plays later.
Furthermore, Berbatov felt that Tottenham Hotspur at the start of this season seemed even more coherent under the direction of Jose Mourinho. Naturally, the Portuguese coach just entered in the middle of last season, so the team is still adapting to his tactics.
When dealing with MU yesterday, Spurs were indeed superior in number of players because of Martial’s red card. But apart from that, Berbatov considered that Mourinho’s troops were superior.
“Even if MU plays with 11 players, Spurs will still win easily. They are great, aggressive, read the game well, and really embarrass MU,”
“Overall for Spurs, their performance is perfect. Interesting this slick pace coincides with the arrival of Bale, even though he hasn’t played a minute!” he said.