After being surprised by an early Southampton opener on a superb volley from James Ward-Prowse (12th, 0-1), Tottenham reacted perfectly by finding a solution to move the tight block of the Saints. Ryan Sessegnon was the first to find the target with a header (21st, 1-1) to equalise, before Eric Dier imitated him ten minutes later on a very good cross taken at the near post (31st, 2- 1).
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While in control after the opener, the Spurs outclassed their opponents, completely disoriented like the goal against his camp by Mohammed Salisu (61st, 3-1) alone in front of his cage and who completely missed his clearance. Caught in the pincers, the Saints escaped a bigger correction, even if Dejan Kulusevski also went there with his goal (63rd, 4-1).
In the last 20 minutes, Antonio Conte took advantage of this important lead on the scoreboard to give playing time to his new recruits. Ivan Perisic (ex-Inter Milan) thus walked the lawn, as did the Frenchman Clément Lenglet (on loan from FC Barcelona) or even Yves Bissouma (ex-Brighton).
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