Harry Kane Double Against Nottingham Forest Reliefs Pressure Off Antonio Conte


    Harry Kane’s double gave the Tottenham side a well-deserved win against the Nottingham Forest team.

    Tottenham defeated Nottingham Forest and are currently six points clear of fifth-placed Liverpool, who lost to Bournemouth earlier today.

    Spurs’ win comes after a disappointing defeat to Sheffield United in the FA Cup and also a poor display against AC Milan in the Champions League.

    Richarlison, who had come out to criticize his team’s performances after AC Milan eliminated them from the Champions League put the team ahead in the 3rd minute.

    It was an early goal for the London side, but VAR denied Richarlison’s first Premier League goal for Tottenham. It was ruled out for offside.

    Harry Kane put Tottenham ahead after a Richardson goal was canceled by the VAR. It was a great ball from the new signing, Pedro Porro, who saw the threat Kane poses when he was in the box.


    It was a nice header from the 29-year-old Tottenham striker. The goal is Kane’s eighth goal from a header.

    Tottenham had a penalty appeal in the 22nd minute, but it was waved away by the referee after VAR intervention.

    Kane got his second goal from the penalty spot in the 35th minute after Richardson was brought down in the Nottingham Forest 18-yard box.

    The English striker was not under pressure as he sent Keylor Navas the wrong way. It is the player’s 20th goal in the Premier League this season.

    Nottingham Forest, who had a quiet afternoon in the first half, came back looking strong in the the second half, with its first shot on target coming in the 61st minute.

    Tottenham extended their lead in the second half with Richarlison getting involved in the goal with a fine pass to Heung-Min Son.

    The South Korean captain was composed as he put the ball past Navas.

    Tottenham’s goalkeeper, Fraser Forster, who has not done enough in today’s game, saved a screamer to deny Serge Aurier.

    Son got another chance to make it 4-0, but his attempt was stopped by Navas, who has been in fine form since he joined Nottingham Forest.

    However, before the end of the match, Nottingham Forest scored their fourth away goal this season with Joe Worrall scoring in the 81st minute.

    Nottingham Forest had another chance to score the second goal after VAR awarded a penalty in the 94th minute. But Tottenham goalkeeper Forster saved a Nottingham Forest Andre Ayew’s penalty.

    It was a joyful day for Antonio Conte, who would face Tottenham’s board if he had failed to defeat Nottingham Forest. He is looking forward to improving his team match by match as he hopes to qualify for the Champions League.

    The lost to Steve Cooper side means his team is three points above the relegation zone in the Premier League

    What Next For Tottenham And Nottingham Forest?

    Tottenham travels to St. Mary’s Stadium on March 18, 2023, to face Southampton. The
    relegation-battling team will find it difficult to defeat the Champions League-seeking team.

    The 14th-placed Nottingham Forest welcomes Newcastle on March 17, 2023. Both teams will be looking forward to a win, with Steve Cooper likely to change the squad that lost to Tottenham.

    What do you think about Tottenham’s win, and also, are they going to qualify for the
    Champions League next season?


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