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Europa League Conference - Tottenham: Antonio Conte's successful start

Europa League Conference – Tottenham: Antonio Conte’s successful start

Not finished until the last second. Finally, Antonio Conte, a newcomer from Tottenham, took his first place with his new club just two days before his appointment. This Thursday evening, as part of the fourth day of the group stage of the Europa League conference, Spurs defeated Wittsey Arnheim (3-2) in their cave at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

So if the score looks tight, the campus took a 3-0 lead after 28 minutes of play, following three records in just 13 minutes. In a quarter of an hour, Hyung-min Sun opened his counter to the competition (15th, 1-0) this season. Harry Kane served well for Lucas in the 22nd minute (2-0), with Ben Davis then pushing Danish defender Jacob Rasmussen and deceiving his own goalkeeper (28th, 3-0).

In the second act three red cards were distributed

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Rasmussen then, four short minutes later, caught up well with Maximilian Viteck (32nd, 3-1) resuming his own serve. Gboho then did not reduce his training to a small goal (3-2).

In the second act, no other record was entered, but both groups apparently struggled to keep their nerves. Less than three red cards have not been awarded, on the one hand to Cristiano Romero for Spurs, on the other to Donilho Toki and Marcus Schubert to Widsey Arnhem

But after the final defeat against Manchester United last Saturday (0-3), what is essential for Tottenham to return to victory is in the end. At this Europa League conference, Spurs are second in Group G with seven units and are in the best position to continue their journey in the tournament.

“Why not keep him and aim for the title?” : Conte, Spurs hope

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