Steven Bergwijn is relied on by Jose Mourinho to find his goalscoring form

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If the Dutchman can shake off his continuing health concerns, Jose Mourinho is going to back Steven Bergwijn. After missing two top-class opportunities in the recent loss to Liverpool, Bergwijn was scorned by Spurs fans online, and he was also reckless in Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Leeds.

Alongside Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, the Dutch international is a vital part of Mourinho’s back three and does impressive defensive work but does not contribute to goals. Steven Bergwijn, left, takes on Leeds’ Jack Harrison (Ian Walton/PA) This season, he has yet to score in 11 Premier League games, but Mourinho says he has been physically hindered. We need him to score goals. Of course, we know that he has the ability to do that,”We need him to score goals. Of course we know he has the ability to do that,”If you go back a year, his first game and he scored an incredible goal (against Manchester City). We know that he has the ability to do that. “If you go back a year, his first game and he scored an amazing goal (against Manchester City). We know he has the ability to do that. ” I don’t know if you noticed it, but he rubbed his groin, touched his adductors, also in the last 10 minutes. “He has problems that prevent him from training properly and with high intensity from time to time, so he’s suffering a bit. “But he gives the team really positive stuff, of course. I think as his health improves, the targets will come. Sonny’s goal #100! #THFC #COYS pic.twitter.com/SLiukxFKNT- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) January 2, 2021Son has no such issues as he scored a century of Tottenham goals in the win over Leeds. He dropped 15 this season, 12 in the league, and became the first non-British or Irish player to score 100 club goals. Spurs TV was told by the South Korean, “Goal #𝟭𝟬𝟬 for Sonny! #THFC #COYS pic.twitter.com/SLiukxFKNT- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) January 2, 2021Son has no such problems as he scored a century of Tottenham goals in the win over Leeds.He has dropped 15 this season, 12 in the league, and becomes the first non-British or Irish player to score 100 goals for the club. The South Korean told Spurs TV, ” “It’s a big, big achievement for me and I’m really grateful and want to thank everyone who helped me score 100 goals for Spurs. “It will be the greatest feeling ever to score 100 goals with the fans. I wouldn’t be here without them. It’s a terrific feeling. Although Leeds enjoyed an impressive return to the top flight, they fought against the top teams. This loss follows those against Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United. Luke Ayling, left, fights for control of Tottenham’s Harry Kane (Andy Rain/PA) Captain Luke Ayling says his team is on a learning curve. “In this league, we guys are still learning and we have been caught off guard a f f.” Most of us are only 17 games in, fitting in takes a while, and I think we’re doing pretty well. Three games in six days is what we live for, and to get six points out of those games makes it a good week.”

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