Tottenham: "We need to attack", Bale’s small tackle in Mourinho

Tottenham won against Southampton on Wednesday in a late match of the 29th day of the Premier League (2-1). After the meeting, Gareth Bale, author of the opener, took the opportunity to address a small spade to his former coach José Mourinho, dismissed at the beginning of the week.

A new chapter started with a victory. Two days after the ouster of José Mourinho, Tottenham won against Southampton on Wednesday in a late match of the 29th day of the Premier League (2-1). Spurs, who eventually gave up on the Super League, made the difference with a goal from Gareth Bale and a penalty from Heung-min Son. A success that brings them closer to European markets. Now 6th in the standings, the club from the north London suburbs is 2 points behind Chelsea (4th) and West Ham (5th), who have one game less.

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Something to believe in until the end. On the condition of being enterprising on the ground. In any case, that’s Bale’s opinion. Author of his 11th achievement of the season (all competitions), the 6th in 15 league games, the Welsh winger urged his team to let go a little more by the end of the season. A way of saying that this was not really the case so far, under the orders of Mourinho. “We want to attack. We are a great team, with great players. We need to attack more, to stay high on the pitch and I think we did it in this game,” explained to Sky Sports. the 31-year-old.

A message for Ryan Mason

Loaned since last summer by Real Madrid, Gareth Bale still does not know where he will play in 2021-2022. While waiting to clarify his situation, he should return within a few months to Spain, where he is under contract until 2022. Hoping to have had fun with Tottenham by then. Ryan Mason, Mourinho’s interim successor, who has become the youngest manager in Premier League history (29), now knows how to go about keeping him happy.

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