Ivan Perisic of Tottenham seemed to be injured against Wolves on Saturday. However, according to Alasdair Gold of his YouTube channel, the injury was to a different leg than his chronic calf problem.
On Saturday, Perisic, 33, began his debut game for Tottenham, and the team won 2-0 thanks to Harry Kane’s game-winning goal. a convincing win for Spurs, who have seven points and are still undefeated. Last year, they dropped all three of those games.
In a Spurs jersey, he received his second assist. On Saturday, he flicked on a corner against Wolves to find an open Kane for the winning goal after taking the corner for Kane’s equaliser against Chelsea. good beginning for the Croatian.
Naturally, that follows a calf injury he suffered in his final Inter match. Despite the fact that Perisic appeared to have had another injury, according to Gold, it was only the second leg of the first issue. No information has been verified.
Perisic did look to be clutching his leg, which was the only thing Gold observed. “There was a physio checking on him when he came off and in the last five minutes or so. While they were investigating that side, he zipped up his shorts.
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He has obviously recovered from his significant calf injury, is what I would say. He was concentrating on his right leg on Saturday since his left leg had sustained the calf injury. I’m not ruling out a new injury, but I’m pretty sure it was a different leg to the calf injury.”
Given how well he has performed thus far in his Tottenham career, if Perisic gets injured, it would be a setback. The Inter hero has already given Spurs two vital assists. Goals that have helped the North London team retain four points.
Perisic and Ryan Sessegnon will likely be used by Conte in a rotational strategy. Perisic in contests where they could need a little more experience, and Sessegnon in contests where the former Fulham player still has room to develop. Sessegnon might start after the forest.