David Seaman thinks Tottenham may beat Manchester City this weekend
David Seaman has told his Seaman Says YouTube channel that he would not be surprised to see Tottenham beat Manchester City when they meet in the Premier League on Saturday.
It has been two interesting starts for City and Spurs. The pair have both won four and drawn two of their opening six Premier League games. They also clinched victory in their Champions League openers this week.
But they have gone about those results in different ways.
City have failed to score more than one in only one league game so far. Erling Haaland, of course, has taken the league by storm with his form in front of goal.
Tottenham meanwhile, have had to grind out results on a few more occasions. Son Heung-min is still awaiting his first goal of the campaign. And Spurs have not been at their best in the early stages of this season.
So many may be tipping Manchester City to get the three points on Saturday. Seaman however, believes that Tottenham have the ability to secure another massive result at the Etihad Stadium.
“Spurs are still going under the radar,” he told Seaman Says. “They’re not making headlines, they’re just carrying on picking up results, getting good wins.
“I know they’re going to be tested obviously. And do you know what, it wouldn’t surprise me if Spurs go up there and win because they’re capable of that. And they’ve had good results up there in the last few seasons.”
Seaman would not be surprised to see Tottenham beat Manchester City
It still remains unclear just what kind of season Spurs will enjoy. On the one hand, their less convincing performances could be a sign that they are still some way short of contending for honours.
However, on the other, it could be that Tottenham are producing the form of potential champions by still getting results even when they are well short of their best.
They were poor in the recent draw with Chelsea. But they still came away with a point.
That, along with their recent record against City, will give them real belief that a shock could indeed be on the cards this weekend.
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