Tottenham saw off Nottingham Forest at City Ground to secure their second consecutive Premier League win after a five-match deadlock, MySportDab reports.
Goals from Richarlison and Kulusevski was enough to hand the The Lilywhites a comfortable 2-0 win over the struggling Steve Cooper’s side.
The game began on a frantic pace as the two sides wrestled with grit to have control of proceedings.
Tottenham proved far more dominant with the ball, frequently breaking into Nottingham Forest’s box but could not convert the glaring chances.
While the Lilywhites maintained their usual high-line on the halfway line, Nottingham Forest fell back in their numbers to soak up pressure while hoping to counter the pressure by the visitors with speedy and quick offensives.
The first half nearly ended barren before Kulusevski came up clutch with a silky cross into the box for Richarlison, who headed it home pass Matt Turner.
Tottenham Hotspur needed the late effort by the duo in the stoppage-time of the first half to do the magic, and head into the break with a first half lead.
In the second half, the Lilywhites still held a commanding sway over the game, dominating proceedings and trying to nail home their second goal.
They finally landed with a breakthrough in the 65th minute with Kulusevski beating Matt Turner to double the lead.
Nottingham Forest attempted to mount a response but were effectively contained by Spur’s backline.
The match ended with Spurs comfortably securing a 2-0 win to salvage all three points.
Following the win, Nottingham Forest’s winless streak has continued with the manager Steve Cooper coming under intense pressure.
Tottenham, on the other hand have move level on points with Manchester City with 33 points but have played a game more.