Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld out until February with hamstring problem

Miércoles, 13 Dic, 2017

Alderweireld, 28, has not appeared in any matches with his side since November 1, when the English club defeated Real Madrid 3-1 in the UEFA Champions League group stage, reports Efe. The players show their commitment.

But nothing could compare to PSG's trips to rivals Olympique Marseille, when Pochettino and his visiting teammates owed their safety to security police provided by former French president Nicolas Sarzoky. The German attacker has failed to make a direct contribution to a goal in each of the last four games, with his side scoring just once in the period. Wins over Newcastle and Sheffield United meant they would go onto the final at Wembley where they would lose 2-0 to Chelsea.

"Always you are going to miss the players that are not fit but that is normal", said Pochettino, whose side host Brighton on Wednesday. "However Tottenham's manager Mauricio Pochettino also needs to take note", former Spurs player Crooks said on the BBC Sport website. However, their performance on Saturday was a worry as they were played off the park by fellow promoted club Huddersfield Town.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes admitted: "I didn't see that second half coming and it wasn't acceptable from our point of view". The veteran midfielder is yet to feature this season as he continues recovering from a long-term back injury.

It will be the first time the two clubs have met in European competition other than friendlies. "City is doing so well but our project is on time".

It's happened to lots of teams around us and that's what the challenges of this division are. A few weeks ago, one month ago, when it was the book presentation, he was here.

"We know how difficult this division is and you know you're going to have difficult periods".

The centre-back has been one of the Seagulls' most important players in recent seasons and he has showed signs of being a Premier League quality defender.