We will always have our own identity - Vertonghen responds to Chiellini´s criticism

Annette Crawford
March 15, 2018

Maybe but they haven't won a Champions League in a while, either.

"Spurs still have much to play for this season and I expect them to maintain their challenge for a top four spot at the Vitality Stadium against a Bournemouth side who have only kept one clean sheet in their last 16 league games".

Chiellini didn't hold back in his post-match interview with BT Sport, stating Juve always knew they would get chances to score and how it was in Tottenham's history to "miss something to arrive at the end".

"I think we need to wait, say nothing more than that, though it's true he twisted his ankle". And I believe that our style fits us better.

"We will always have our own identity and the way we play", the Belgium worldwide told the Telegraph.

With nine games to play, Bournemouth now sit in 12th place in the standings and they will know that relegation still remains a slender possibility, with six points separating the Cherries and 18th-placed Crystal Palace. You can speak about it in both ways. Rather, we learn from experience, hope to get there in the end, and either do or don't. To attack and to dominate the game.

Fans were delighted with the way their side fought back and took all three points as they continued their efforts for a place in next year's competition, however, some took to social media to criticise the performance of one individual.

'They are not nice environments to play in when you are an opposing team.

We can only hope that some solution is sorted sooner rather than later before the game and league we love are damaged beyond fix.

While out of Europe, Tottenham are through to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and are fighting to finish in the top four of the Premier League for a third successive season.

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