22 August, 2017
"I think we showed that we are together".
The Kenyan midfielder, who has been ever-present for Spurs since joining them from Southampton, had a hard time in the middle of the park, losing possession of the ball fairly often.
After a challenging summer at Chelsea - taking in Diego Costa's exile, a shrinking squad and manager Conte belatedly signing an improved contract, but not an extension - it was a welcome fillip for the Blues.
Courtois is aware of head coach Antonio Conte's comments that they don't want to be in the desperate position of two season ago where they finished 10th.
Tottenham fans have seemingly taken to social media to blame Wanyama for his performance in the London derby, believing he was "awful" and was at fault for Alonso's late victor, although they could quite have easily blamed Lloris as equally.
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"I thought he did very well considering he's not had a pre-season", Redknapp said on Sky Sports. It will be interesting to see in the wake of the Wembley triumph what happens in the final days of the transfer window. I remember two years ago we had to go to City and lost there, and it was a hard start for us. They had the best of possession early in the match, and again for a spell in the middle of the second half.
"We dominated and we were better but if you are not clinical, you can lose like today".
However, as seen above Daily Telegraph reporter Matt Law, informs us that the drumming sound was actually played through the speakers.
Tottenham initially trailed behind the Premier League champions after Marcos Alonso secured a goal for the Blues during the first half.
As players get fit or return from suspension, the club brings in some more depth and the team settles, more quality will come into their game. We had a great mentality and great character, especially as we didn't start the league very well last week.
Tackles were flying in across the field, with both teams having three players booked in the feisty fixture. If not we will try to be as close as possible.
"Physically we dug very deep. But I am happy with these players and happy with this squad".