The team of Tottenham Hotspur managed to draw the first blood in the semi-final of their ongoing League Cup in a match against Chelsea on Tuesday. At the initial time, Mauricio Pochettino’s managed a small 1-0 first lead through the leg in the tie after a penalty by Harry Kane proved more than enough in order to see off the club of Blues at the venue of Wembley.
It was a turning point of the game and Jermaine Jenas who is the legend of Tottenham didn’t shy from praising Paulo for his “completely exceptional” save. He also told BBC Sport that “the save by Paulo was absolutely exceptional as he managed to tip the ball onto the post while he was backpedaling. He added “It was a great half of game of football, where Chelsea has just about shaded the possession but definitely the Spurs deserve to stay ahead.
Paulo who was a £2.5 million signing from the club of Southampton in the year of 2017, is presently second-in-command of the Lilywhites, following the great Hugo Lloris and just one spot ahead of well-known Michel Vorm.
The side of Pochettino would not be thinking about the finale presently, because both of the sides will have to do it all again on the 22nd of January at the venue of Stamford Bridge. And one will take into consideration the performance of last night, and then the Blues are in no way out of contention.