Interest is gathering in Tottenham Hotspur’s Best Eleven against AC Milan.
Tottenham will face off against AC Milan in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-23 season European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) held at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 5 am (Korean time) on the 15th. Tottenham came second in Group D and AC Milan took first place in Group E.
Ahead of the important first leg, the Tottenham atmosphere is at its worst. First of all, the injured suddenly appeared one after another. Hugo Lloris went down with a knee injury and Eve Bisuma underwent surgery with an ankle stress fracture. Rodrigo Bentancur suffered a ruptured anterior cardiac ligament in his left knee in the previous game against Leicester City and was out for the season. Ryan Sessegnon is also said to be unable to compete due to hamstring pain.
He was hit critically by multiple positions. There is a Fraser Foster, but it is true that it is inferior to Lloris in terms of stability and sense. With the departure of Bisuma and Bentancur, only Pierre-Emil Hoivier remained as the main resource. To make matters worse, Hoivier cannot come out in the first game due to the cumulative warning penalty. The midfield should consist of Pape Matar Sar and Oliver Skip.
Eric Dier can be promoted as a defensive midfielder, but coach Antonio Conte drew a line at a pre-press conference, saying, “It is not a plan that is being considered.” Sar and Skip will face AC Milan midfield. Then, due to Sessegnon’s injury, the burden on Ivan Perisic, who had a lot of playing time, increased. Tottenham suffered a crushing 1-4 defeat against Leicester in the last game, with injuries continuing to rise, and the flow was broken. 온라인카지노
The situation is difficult, but in order to overcome the momentum, we have to go on an expedition to Milan with the goal of winning. I am very interested in how Conte will make the best eleven. The UEFA official website predicted that Foster, Ben Davies, Eric Dyer, Perisic, Skip, Sar, Emerson Royale, Son Heung-min, Harry Kane and Dejan Kulusevski would start. It was noticeable that Emerson was named instead of Pedro Poro, who had the worst debut against Leicester.
Britain’s ‘Evening Standard’ also predicted Emerson’s selection. The other positions were the same, except that Davis was replaced by Clement Lenglet. A lot of attention will be focused on the San Siro to see how Tottenham, which seems to be planning to mobilize all available resources, will perform on the road to Milan.