Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko has sent an encouraging message to the club’s fans ahead of their game vs West Ham.
The 30-year-old French midfielder injured himself during Spurs’ 1-0 win over Southampton in the Premier League clash on January 1st, 2020. Earlier it was expected that the Frenchman will miss four months of action due to the injury but later it was revealed that he was ready to return to the pitch in March before the league was suspended temporarily due to the coronavirus pandemic.
He finally made his comeback against Manchester United on Saturday, where he started alongside Harry Winks in the deep-midfield. Tottenham drew against United as they conceded a silly penalty that led to United’s equaliser. Bergwijn scored the sole goal for Spurs as he dribbled past Maguire to fire home the opener. Sissoko had a decent start and showed that he is ready to give his best in the upcoming games. It was his first game in 6 months but he still covered the most distance and made the most tackles and interceptions combined.
🇫🇷 Tottenham Hotspur Midfielder Moussa Sissoko Made More Successful Tackles And Interceptions Than Any Other Player On The Pitch:
💯 Passing Accuracy: 22/28 (79%)
💪🏾 Duels Won: 8
❌ Interceptions: 4
🚫 Tackles: 3
— Last Word On Spurs🎙 (@LastWordOnSpurs) June 19, 2020
Tottenham hosts the Hammers tomorrow and will be looking forward to grabbing all three points. Sissoko took to Instagram and told his supporters that the team is ready to take all three points from West Ham. In his Instagram story, Sissoko shared his selfie with the caption: “See you Tuesday for three points”.
🇫🇷 Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko on Spurs against West Ham United:
— Last Word On Spurs🎙 (@LastWordOnSpurs) June 20, 2020
Tottenham are winless in their last seven games in all competitions. The last time West Ham visited the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Pellegrini’s Hammers won the game thanks to the solitary goal from Michail Antonio. If the North London side wants a European spot for the next season they need to win as many games as possible from the remaining fixtures.