Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas believes his side deserved to win against Cardiff City yesterday despite them having to wait until the 93rd-minute to get the eventual winner.
A game which was full of chances looked like it was going to end 0-0, but with just seconds left on the clock, new signing Paulinho gave Spurs the three-points and send them second in the Premier League, level on points with table-toppers Arsenal.
The North London club could of and maybe should of scored a lot more in Wales, but David Marshall kept Villas-Boas’ men at bay untill the last few seconds and after the game, Boas admitted that his side deserved all three-points.
He told Sky Sports: “I think we created so many chances that there could only be one winner today which was Tottenham and it took us some time to get it.
“But throughout the game we created so many chances that we deserved to be leading the game much earlier on.
“So I think it was the right reward for the amount of things that we created.
“We are playing so open and in such an attacking way that we could have left ourselves exposed and ended up suffering but I think today there was justice and we were rewarded in the end.”
Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt