Yan Valery and James Ward-Prowse had a huge impact on Southampton who surprised Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 at St Mary's Saturday after he was fully covered in the first half .
The two players had put a score on Manchester United's 3-2 tour this weekend and they went again within five minutes of half. attack the game and convince them to the fourth Premier League game after winning them – the worst running since 2017.
But for much of the game he had been watching regularly for the visitors who went through Harry Kane on 26 minutes. The stripper was stunning with Dele Alli who was returning for her position as a position in the 200th and seventh in five games against the Snowdonians.
Christian Eriksen was near to increasing the lead, and # 39; trying to catch the opponent's face and another man held by the keeper Angus Gunn.
But take in Shane Long introduced a new life into the Saints and although the Irishman only lasted 15 minutes before being wounded, he stimulated revival as Valery got 76-minute captain to shoot out of the land.
Five minutes later, Ward-Prowse, who had also been a direct skipper from the free wrestling against Manchester United, had created another strike, which confirmed this time.
The 24-year-old, who has been identifying six goals in nine league games, hit his & her; his gun from just outside the area in the middle of the visit, hanging his / her; boat past guardian Spurs Hugo Lloris as saint recorder The home league won for its first time since December, 2016.
"I spend a lot of time using the tours free and thankfully this has contributed to three points today," said Ward-Prowse.
"It's hard to put in words, we were fortunate to get in for 1-0 at half a time. We changed some things at the time and we got our benefits at the end."
Tottenham was fortunate to finish his game with 11 men after Kyle Walker-Peters and Moussa Sissoko went to her. Challenges to Reduced Red Cards.
Spurs leaving Spurs; left third, three points ahead of Manchester United with an in-house game and Arsenal play on Sunday. Southampton climb until the 16th.
"We fight against huge sides [for the top four]Next We had a big gap, welcome the truth, we are under pressure to win games. It's a huge challenge for us, "said Mauricio Pochettino, director of Spurs, who attended his first two-game competition, lost.