Matt Doherty admitted that he was left frustrated following his return to Molineux yesterday after Tottenham were unable to see out the game and take home all three points against his former side.
Tottenham took the lead in the first minute of the game and held on to the lead for 85 minutes.
However, a late set-piece proved to be Spurs’ undoing again after Romain Saiss headed home from a Pedro Neto corner to hand Wolves a point.
Doherty, who made his first Premier League start in well over a month, admitted that conceding late on was tough to take and that the players were disappointed with their second-half performance.
Watch his interview with Spurs TV below:
"We couldn't really get anything going."
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 27, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
Based on what Mourinho and Doherty have said, it sounds like the plan was not to sit back and absorb pressure in the second half but we just simply could not put an attack together. If that was the case, it is even more concerning.
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