Did Dele Alli make the right decision joining Tottenham over Liverpool?

Sherman Parsons
November 6, 2018

According to former Liverpool and Tottenham midfield star, Danny Murphy, he believed the 22 years old midfielder made the right decision by moving to Tottenham.

The Mexican global came off the bench to give West Ham a two-goal cushion against Burnley as the Hammers eventually won the game 4-2.

"We have a lot of work to do, without a shadow of a doubt, but I couldn't be more proud of what the players have all done to get to where we are".

But Burnley were unable to hold on, Anderson getting his second in the 84th minute, squeezing an effort past Hart after Mee blocked Arnautovic's initial shot.

"If you're Real Madrid and thinking 'Where can I get a manager, where's the next manager?' He speaks Spanish and has been a coach in La Liga".

No bother. Anderson gave Hart the eyes, poked the ball through his legs to make it 2-1 and then went on to score a second in the thrilling victory over Burnley on Saturday.

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Meanwhile, West Ham chief, Pellegrini, admitted the third goal knocked the stuffing out of his side, though admitted they weren't at the races defensively, adding: "Yes, not only the third goal but the first goal also after we dominated the game and they scored". Instead, it was Burnley who got the game's second goal as Gudmundsson broke the offside trap and finished beyond Lukasz Fabianski after latching on to Ashley Westwood's defence-splitting pass.

"We want trophies, not only for us but for the fans as well, and it will be that bit more special winning it here together with the amount of work we've done", he said. "He's done a lot for me".

Michail Antonio looked set to restore parity shortly after the restart, but the forward failed to beat Gazzaniga after outmuscling Juan Foyth.

"I said before the game that maybe some players need more time to adapt to the league, but his commitment has always been 100 per cent". We gifted them a first, unfortunately, reacted to that, and by the end of the first half we were growing into the game.

"A insane game, in some ways, and we certainly don't want to be conceding as many goals as we have the last few games, obviously, but I was pleased with the mentality to keep going back at them to try and get something from the game".

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