Right now, Tottenham Hotspur is performing incredibly well.
In fact, Ange Postecoglou’s team is in such strong form that they are currently ranked higher in the Premier League standings than Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal.
Tottenham Hotspur, led by Ange Postecoglou, now sit atop the Premier League standings with 20 points after eight games.
Tottenham and Arsenal, the second-placed North London rivals, are tied on points.
Manchester City, the defending champion, is in third place with 18 points, followed by Liverpool in fourth with 17 points.
To finish in the top four of the Premier League standings was Tottenham’s primary goal at the beginning of the season.
However, they might actually start a challenge for the crown.
Spurs are still undefeated in the Premier League, after all.
Tottenham has only let up eight goals while scoring 18 of their own.
Gary Neville on Tottenham Hotspur challenging for Premier League title
Gary Neville, a former defender for Manchester United, is quite impressed by Spurs.
The Sky Sports analyst, however, does not believe that Tottenham has what it takes to win the crown this year.
On his podcast, Neville stated: “In my honest view, I don’t think Tottenham can stay in it throughout a 38-game season.
“I believe the squad will ultimately be exposed,”
My View: Tottenham Hotspur should aim for Premier League title
Tottenham Hotspur ought to try to win the Premier League this year, in my opinion.
Exactly why not?
Arsenal was aiming for the top four when they began to perform well in the first few weeks and months of the season.
Arsenal then switched their focus to winning the Premier League.
Why can’t Tottenham be the example?
Spurs must be regarded as a title contender if they keep winning games in the Premier League over the upcoming weeks and months.
Under the leadership of head coach Ange Postecoglou, Tottenham Hotspur is thriving, and Cristian Romero’s performance this year has been a major factor in that success.
One of the top defenders in the Premier League, Cristian Romero has improved this season while playing for Tottenham Hotspur.
Cristian Romero a star for Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs have given up eight goals in their last eight Premier League games.
Even though it may have been better, the record is only average.
Romero has been a pillar of stability for Spurs, just as he was on Saturday against Luton Town away in the Premier League.
Romero stopped many of Luton’s efforts in the second half as they attempted to capitalize on their numerical advantage.
Romero led Tottenham’s defense and displayed a high level of maturity in his play.
The Premier League match was won by Spurs.
James Maddison praises Tottenham teammate Cristian Romero
The 25-year-old, who won the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with Argentina, has posted on Instagram to share his joy over Tottenham’s victory.
James Maddison, an attacking midfielder for Tottenham and England, is one of those who have commended him, as you can see here.