Champions League | Nagelsmann dwarfs Mourinho

first_imgThe best news for him Tottenham is undoubtedly that the Leipzig only win by the minimum in the New White Hart Lane. Tremendous bath from Nagelsmann to spurs from Jose Mourinho, who had a very depleted team, yes, for the injuries of Kane and Son. The German coach, who is leading the revolution of his in the Bundesliga, He left his letter of introduction in London to the runner-up in Europe with a fresh, offensive and very attractive style for the viewer. That led them, rounding the game hour, to a Werner pass that Laimer tried to control inside the area, but Davies, who had gone through revolutions, overwhelmed him clearly. From eleven meters, the ‘11’ of Leipzig did not forgive. Practically on the next play it was also he who let a ball pass to Schick with a lot of class, but this one, which finished off the first touch, was not able to overcome Lloris, who held his own.He was about to tie Lo Celso with a shot to the post in a direct free, and they even squeezed the Londoners during the last minutes, but the truth is that the push came more from the heart than from good football, and Leipzig, which is already waiting for them in Germany, was able to contain its connections. Mourinho’sIn fact, they could not recover from the initial thrust of Nagelsmann, who were barely allowed to leave their field and those who could only be reproached for not being able to score a much more than deserved in the first 45 minutes. The response of the spurs after the Portuguese talk in the locker room, but the truth is that beyond an isolated occasion of Lucas Moura the Germans maintained dominion. If these first matches of the eighths of the Champions They are showing something is that if you go to sleep, they pass you over. The same happened to Tottenham, who in just a minute saw how Leipzig made three chances, shot at the post of Angeliño included, without being able to react. Bergwijn tried it, which looks great, but without success. ChangesTanguy NDombele Alvaro (63 ‘, Gedson Fernandes), Lamela (63 ‘, Dele Alli), Amadou Haidara (73 ‘, Nkunku), Yussuf Poulsen (76 ‘, Patrik Schick), Forsberg (82 ‘, Laimer) Goals0-1, 57 ‘: Timo Werner CardsReferee: Cüneyt ÇakirVAR Referee: Mete KalkavanGiovani Lo Celso (9 ‘, Yellow) M. Sabitzer (11 ‘, Yellow) Timo Werner (32 ‘, Yellow) Ben Davies (55 ‘, Yellow) Nkunku (71 ‘, Yellow) Lamela (93 ‘, Yellowlast_img

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