Video: What Yves Bissouma did at full-time as Tottenham drew with Chelsea
Tottenham came from behind to snatch the most dramatic of draws at Chelsea today and Yves Bissouma was loving life at full-time.
The Spurs midfielder was spotted ramping up the Tottenham away end following Harry Kane’s decisive equaliser in the final minutes which ensured Spurs took a share of the spoils. It was a hard fought London derby, and in the end, a point was probably a fair result for both teams.
Of course, it wasn’t three points for Tottenham, although you’d be excused for thinking they had taken all three with how Bissouma celebrated at the end. In a video doing the rounds on social media and shared by @pxlnia, Bissouma was spotted live on Sky giving it the good old fist pumps to the Spurs faithful.
It was certainly an over the top celebration from the new Tottenham man. But with emotions running so high on the touchline throughout, it was hardly surprising that the Spurs players celebrated so wildy.
If anything, it just shows that everyone is fully bought into Antonio Conte’s methods at the club. Bissouma, given he’s only been at the club a few months, has clearly invested into what his new manager wants at Tottenham.
TBR’s View: Bissouma Loving Tottenham Life
It really was a game that had it all and Bissouma’s energy at the end will have delighted the Tottenham supporters and, deep down, Antonio Conte.
Bissouma will be a good player for Tottenham and if he can keep showing the passion he did, he’ll do just nicely for the Spurs supporters.
In terms of the game, it was simply breathtaking at times. A typical London derby and befitting of a 30-year Premier League celebration.
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