The best three moments from Tottenham’s season

Tottenham, Steven Bergwijn (Photo by Harriet Lander/Copa/Getty Images)
Tottenham, Steven Bergwijn (Photo by Harriet Lander/Copa/Getty Images) /

While breathtaking flashes of brilliance were hard to come by, three specific moments transcended Tottenham’s season. 

It wasn’t a season adorned with awe-inspiring highlights, nor was it a campaign Tottenham supporters will remember for the right reasons. We will, however, remember it for being replete with adversity. And we’ll never forget maybe the most infamous manager swap the club has ever seen.

We’ll also forever recall the below three extraordinary moments for providing us with joy and utter adulation. In order of importance, here are Spurs three best moments.

3. Steven Bergwijn’s debut goal in win over Manchester City

Irrefutably the most impressive win of the season, Tottenham took advantage of their opportunities to put Manchester City to the sword. Buoyed by a magical debut performance from Steven Bergwijn, Tottenham put in a performance that will be etched forever in supporter’s minds.

Bergwijn made the most of his moment in the spotlight, finishing a difficult skill with perfect timing. It was by no means an easy skill to pull off, so kudos goes out to our most recent addition. What a moment.

2. Jose Mourinho’s debut at West Ham

Managerial change was the theme of the day when Spurs made the short trip across London to play their bitter rivals. Mourinho’s side was full of vigour, enthusiasm and confidence. They would not be suppressed, buoyed immediately by Mourinho’s presence on the sideline.

Tottenham scored three exquisite goals and should have added a bunch more. Had it not been for a late unravelling, Mourinho would have enjoyed a dream debut as Spurs gaffer. You filled our hearts with hope and our minds with excitement, Mr. Mourinho.

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1. Son Heung-Min’s wonder goal

Son Heung-Min’s wonder goal against Burnley was easily the crowning moment of Spurs campaign. It defied all logic and reason. The South Korean showed otherworldly strength, speed, agility and tight control as he burned by half of Burnley’s unsuspecting side.

Watching it to this day still gives me goosebumps.