Ten men Southampton draw with Spurs

Ten men Southampton draw with Spurs

Ten men Southampton draw with Spurs

Ten men Southampton draw with Spurs

Ten men Southampton draw with Spurs

Antonio Conte says Tottenham will have to “improve a lot” and it “won’t be easy to fight for something this season”

after they were held by a Southampton side who played for more than 50 minutes with 10 men.

Spurs fell behind at St Mary’s when James Ward-Prowse cut across a bouncing ball to volley a swerving shot past

Hugo Lloris for a superb opener.

But the game turned when Mohammed Salisu fouled Son Heung-min in the box to earn a second booking in 12 first-half minutes and
allow Harry Kane to level from the penalty spot.

Spurs twice had the ball in the net after the break, with Kane seeing a strike ruled out by VAR for a narrow offside and Southampton

goalkeeper Fraser Forster spared own-goal blushes when it was judged he was fouled by Matt Doherty.

If anything, Spurs simply took too long to build momentum with their one-man advantage, and Southampton beaten only by

Wolves at home in the league this season – ground out a point to move to 13th in the table.

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