Tottenham sealed a point at a blustery Carrow Road last night and you’d have to concede that it was just about a fair result on the night. The question over striking options will naturally become a focus but Gareth Bale’s 80th minute equaliser did at least stop the side from slipping to two straight defeats.
After the game, head coach Andre Villas-Boas conceded that it was a difficult contest but he seemed happy with the second half comeback that secured the point.
“Norwich put in a really good first half performance and our second half performance was very good as well,” AVB said on the club’s official website.
“At half-time the players recognised that they wanted to change their attitude and they really made the difference in the second half.
“It was an extremely good second half – the power, the ambition and playing attacking football in difficult circumstances.
“After we made it 1-1, we had chances to make it 2-1 and it’s a pity that didn’t happen.”
Andre hoped that Spurs could continue that improvement when they tackle West Brom on Sunday.
“Hopefully the second half will be a good example of what we want to do at West Brom,” he concluded.
Spurs remain in fourth but Everton closed the gap to one point with victory over the Baggies. Spurs now head to the Hawthorns but will there be any new faces in that squad?