In London was José Mourinho in the battle for the third time in the forefront of Tottenham, after he took over as manager of the club from the sacked Mauricio Pochettino.
Portugiseren brought his third victory out of three possible with Tottenham, but it held hard and ended up 3-2. Once again bænkede he is Christian Eriksen, who came not on the field.
Mourinho, by contrast, has managed to get time in the young Parts of Alli, which has long teetered and played poorly, but on Saturday he scored two goals.
In the first half sent Toby Alderweireld after 20 minutes a long ball forward from Son Heung-min, who nicely laid it to the right for Parts Alli, which kicked off Tottenham at 1-0.
Davinson Sánchez got his scoring to 2-0 six minutes later overruled, when he touched the ball with his hand before.
Five minutes after the break ended yet another long ball from Alderweireld as in Parts Alli, who slipped in through and coolly lifted the ball over the Bournemouth-keeper Aaron Ramsdale to 2-0.
With 20 minutes-again Moussa Sissoko then searched with the forward, and he convoluted a post from the Son in the box for 3-0.
Shortly after knocked Harry Wilson the ball into the goal to 1-3 on a direct free kick, and deep in injury time, Wilson was double scorer, when he kicked the ball flat in the goal to 2-3.Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 05:00