Tottenham Hotspur did not start the season well, but they are on song at the moment.
Since the international break, Spurs have won all three of their competitive games and have been playing relatively well.
The latest victory for the North London outfit came on Sunday afternoon when they got the better of Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane.
Son Heung-min’s goal midway through the second half proved to be the difference between the two sides, and there can be no doubt that Spurs deserved the three points.
One of the positives from the result for Tottenham was that it showed that their future is bright.
Tottenham’s starting lineup had an average age of 24 years, 118 days, making it the youngest starting XI of any Premier League side this season, as reported by BBC Sport.
While many will argue that this could damage their chances of a top-four finish in the Premier League this season (perhaps there is a lack of experience), it is clear that Spurs’ future is looking very promising.
The above photo of the players celebrating after Son’s goal gives a clear indication of the team’s future.
Dele Alli is only 19, summer signing Son is 23 and so are Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela, while Harry Kane is 22.