When you have to play an away from your home ground, it is always going to be a peculiar season. As it has been for Tottenham Hotspur. While it hasn’t been a disaster for them, they have failed to be near the top of the table like in the previous two season
Season so far
Its been a mixed bag season for Pochettino’s side. Their 2017/18 Premier League campaign hasn’t gone to plan as they are currently in 5th place, three points behind Liverpool in the last Champions League spot. But it’s not been all doom for Tottenham as they made themselves really proud in the Champions league. Placed in the “group of death” with Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund, Spurs came out as group winners. The 3-1 victory at Real Madrid at Wembley will go down as one of the greatest nights in the club’s history
Year in and out, one man has cemented this spot for Tottenham Hotspur. Harry Kane has now established himself as arguably the best striker in the World. Once again, he finds himself on top of the Premier League top scorer’s list with 18 goals so far. His goal scoring feats just continue to astonish and break records.
While their 2017/18 Premier League campaign has been below par, their feats in the Champions League deserve credit and appreciation. Having failed to get past the group stage against relatively easier opponents last time, there is definite progress and improvement for Spurs fan to see.