The Tottenham Hotspur players and the backroom staff including Nuno Espirito Santo have arrived at the club’s new stadium ahead of their Premier League opener against Watford this afternoon.
Tottenham have won both of their opening two Premier League games this season, despite having the second lowest possession figure among all 20 teams after two games so far (38.25%).
Nuno Espírito Santo is looking to become just the second manager to win each of his first three league games in charge of Tottenham Hotspurs in the club’s history, after Arthur Rowe did so in August 1949. Spurs were in the second tier when Rowe first took charge, with no manager ever winning their first three top-flight games in charge of the Lilywhites.
Among the players spotted arriving in North London included Harry Kane, Oliver Skipp, Hugo Lloris and Heung-min Son.
🏠 In the house. pic.twitter.com/e8us2txdej
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 29, 2021
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