Tottenham lead trainer Antonio Conte persevered through a troublesome first game in quite a while prior to securing a 3-2 triumph against Dutch outfit Vitesse.
Antonio Conte’s first game as Tottenham Hotspur lead trainer was significant, without a doubt.
Conte was reported as Spurs’ new supervisor on Tuesday evening, succeeding Nuno Espirito Santo, who had been calmed of his obligations 24 hours earlier.
Conte’s first game in the administrative hole was in the UEFA Europa Conference League against Vitesse, with the Lillywhites procuring a 3-2 triumph that had a lot of good and bad times.
Spurs then went three goals to the good thanks to an own goal from Vitesse defender Jacob Rasmussen, who then grabbed a goal back for the Dutch side, who made it 3-2 on the cusp of half-time through Slovakian midfielder Matus Bero.
The north Londoners then began to sweat after summer signing Cristian Romero was sent off just before the hour mark, garnering a second yellow card to leave Conte’s side a man down in 17 minutes.
Tottenham fans took to social media to admit their confusion at the hectic affair.
According to football.London, Here is how a select few on Twitter reacted.
@Manu23588 : “This is the best Spurs game I’ve ever seen.”
@StunningSpurs : “Nahhh this game is comedy.”
@THFCSC07 : “Don’t think it was handball but games have been a shambles.”
@drjlaw1994 : “Has to be one of the most bizarre games I’ve ever seen.”
@OWaterfall : “Wouldn’t be the first game for a new Spurs manager without a bit of drama.”
@CynicalSpurs : “LMFAO CONFERENCE LEAGUE FOOTBALL IS MY LIFE.”
@ERIKLEREBIRTH : “The champions league doesn’t bring this kinda (sic) entertaining.”
@SHAMITTHFC : “Bet conte is booking the flight to italy soon He cant see this mess anymore.”