Athletics News of Thursday, 22 April 2021
Supply: Ghana Guardian
Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu was rock sound at the again for Southampton as they dropped 2-1 to Tottenham Hotspur in their English Premier League game on Wednesday evening.
It was his 5th start for the saints since producing the swap from Spain in the summertime.
Son Heung-min’s late penalty capped a Tottenham fightback towards Southampton that handed interim head coach Ryan Mason victory in his initial match in cost.
Former Spurs midfielder Mason, the Leading League’s youngest head coach at the age of 29, succeeded Jose Mourinho following the Portuguese was sacked on Monday.
He designed a winning get started to his tenure immediately after Gareth Bale curled in a excellent equaliser and then a late VAR intervention saw Son transform immediately after a Moussa Djenepo foul on Harry Winks was revealed to be just within the penalty location.
Right up until Bale’s composed complete on the hour mark the hosts experienced been second ideal to a slick Southampton aspect who went in entrance when Danny Ings glanced in James Ward-Prowse’s corner.
With Harry Kane lacking and still a doubt for Sunday’s Carabao Cup last, Spurs ended up flat for extended periods and appeared to have been affected by their tumultuous number of times, with Mourinho departing less than 24 hours following the club announced they were to be a part of a new European Tremendous League.
Mohammed Salisu built 6 effective tackles (group significant), 6 clearances (workforce superior) and 5 blocks (workforce large) and was the brightest location in a subdued Southampton side.