Tottenham Hotspur have had a season full of surprises this campaign, as they currently sit third in the Premier League.
Spurs became the first Premier League club in history not to invest in a single new player in the summer transfer window.
They have then gone on to record their best ever start to a Prem season despite this, also achieving Champions League knockouts, a Carabao Cup semi, and FA Cup fourth round so far this campaign.
The Lilywhites have also been on the edge of their seats since September 15 as their new stadium has been delayed time and time again.
However, perhaps the biggest surprise of the season has been the total transformation of past-flop Moussa Sissoko.
The midfield beast has become one of Tottenham’s most influential players, and has been an absolute powerhouse in the centre of the park.
The Frenchman has now given some positive news on his injury ahead of the semi-final second leg against Chelsea tomorrow.
Sissoko said (Star Sport): “It’s not too bad. I did some exams and it’s not so bad. I’m doing some treatment to try and be ready as soon as possible. We need to see. We will see for the Chelsea game.”
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