Spurs play Chelsea in the League Cup final on Sunday.
Spurs will play Chelsea at Wembley on Sunday in the League Cup final, and in the build-up to the big game Blues ‘keeper Courtois has said he is not worried about Tottenham’s young starlet Harry Kane.
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“You try and analyse what teams and strikers are like more and more by watching videos,” Courtois told The Telegraph. “But football is football and every game is different. Every time they come in front of you it can be different”. When then asked specifically if he knew how Harry Kane liked to finish, he said “Yeah, I know – but I don’t have to say it now!”.
A win for Chelsea and Courtois would continue the 22-year-old’s remarkable record of having won a trophy in each of his five seasons as a professional, a stat he is both proud of and keen to maintain.
“It’s nice if every season you finish having won a trophy,” Courtois said. “Hopefully that will continue for a while, starting with this match. This is the first final and everybody wants to win the first trophy that is up for grabs this season”.
Spurs might feel their best chance of winning the cup is taking Chelsea all the way to penalties, with the keeper concluding his interview by stating that’d he’s never been in a competitive shootout.
“I don’t think I’ve played in many, just one time in a friendly tournament for Atlético. That was the only time I’ve been in a penalty shootout. But we will be prepared [for anything].” he claimed.
Kick off in London is at 4pm UK time.