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After interim head coach Ryan Mason won his first two league games in charge, albeit with an expected defeat to league champions Manchester City in the EFL Cup final sandwiched in between, the 29-year-old came crashing back down to earth with a 3-1 defeat at Leeds United last weekend.
Stuart Dallas continued his remarkable campaign by opening the scoring from close range to extend his league tally to eight for the season, but Son Heung-Min quickly levelled the proceedings after an excellent throughball from Dele Alli.
Harry Kane looked to have provided the visitors with the lead moments later, but the England striker saw his strike controversially ruled out for a narrow offside call, with Marcelo Bielsa‘s side taking charge of the encounter thereafter.
Indeed, Mason would have been hugely disappointed with the manner in which his side crumbled, helping forwards Patrick Bamford and Rodrigo take the game away from Spurs either side of the break.
Unlike most sides in the division in this unusual season without fans inside stadiums, though, Spurs’ home record is stronger than their away one, so there is every chance that they will bounce back against Wolves on Sunday.
Mason knows exactly how Jimenez is feeling as his career was cruelly cut short when he suffered the same injury after a sickening clash of heads with Chelsea centre-half Gary Cahill when playing for Hull in 2017.
The midfielder was fighting for his life, and although he tried to make a comeback, was forced to retire 12 months later aged just 26.