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Kulusevski shares reason for heartfelt celebration

Dejan Kulusevski said after Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-0 victory against Nottingham Forest that his goal celebration was for his partner and their unborn child.

Shortly before halftime, the Swede set up Richardson’s goal to put Spurs ahead. On the 65th minute, he scored his second goal with a strong shot that beat Matt Turner in the goal.

Kulusevski celebrated by putting the ball beneath his shirt to seem pregnant and making a heart-shaped gesture.

“My partner didn’t want me to do it, and she threatened to kill me when I got home,” Kulusevski remarked. “But you never know when you are going to score, so you have to go for it.” “I sincerely hope she finds happiness since I gave her my heart.

“To be honest, it’s the finest thing in life, and we couldn’t be happier. The time is passing slowly, though.

“It’s expected in April, which is the best month because it’s my birthday,”

Kulusevski joins Dimitar Berbatov, Son Heung-min, and Harry Kane as the only Spurs players to score and assist in back-to-back Premier League away games.


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Maddison will have to fight

Because of Kulusevski’s impact in a No. 10 role at the City Ground, Gary Neville thinks James Maddison will have a difficult time regaining his position when his injury heals.

“You’re talking about him going from a player who might be £50million on the right to being something that, if he gets going in that No 10 position, can be really special – and then you’re pushing it to an £80m or £100m player,” Neville stated to Sky Sports.

“I see it in him playing in that more pivotal role, but it’s only potential right now and there’s a long way to go. It’s rather thrilling. James Maddison will have to battle to regain that.”

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