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Hojbjerg wants Spurs to react against Liverpool

Mon 14 December 2020 | 10:43

Spurs are currently on top of the Premier League table and they will face Liverpool in the next match.

On the same week that all the top Premier League clubs lost at least one point,

Tottenham Hotspur

held to a draw against Crystal Palace. Mourinho’s side could finish off the game earlier but they were not clinical enough till they conceded the equalizer.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

, one of the best Spurs players this year insists that they are excited to visit

Liverpool

this week and they want to react to the 2 points lost against Palace.

“1-0 is always a good result if it stays like that, we could have controlled the game better, but we didn’t,”

he said.

“In a way it is good we have a game on Wednesday because it makes us ready for the next opportunity and challenge.

“We have to step up, recover and go again, it is amazing we have the opportunity to go again.

“Every game the points count the same, every point is valuable and every game if you win you get three points.

“On Wednesday it is a special game, but so was Palace, so was last Sunday, so is next Sunday, every game is special, we need to understand that, we are understanding that and we need to keep going.

“We are in a good moment, we are performing and we need to keep going.

“The most important thing is as a team we are where we want to be, we have the chance to keep competing, we want to show that again on Wednesday and whenever the games are, we want to show we are up for the challenge, show how far we have come as a team and I think we have done that and we need to keep on doing that.”

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