Photo: Tottenham’s Roberto Soldado fighting for ‘better future’

Photo: Tottenham Hotspur striker Roberto Soldado vows to continue "fighting in the present" after 1-0 loss to Baggies

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Roberto Soldado has declared that he will continue to fight for a “better future” after Tottenham Hotspur’s 1-0 loss to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

The Spain international was a 61st-minute substitute as Mauricio Pochettino looked to find a winner in the clash before James Morrison netted the decisive strike for the Baggies 16 minutes from time.

The north London side have failed to win any of their last four games in all competitions, bringing to an abrupt end Pochettino’s impressive start to his reign as Tottenham manager.

And Soldado, who has found his first-team opportunities limited this season, took to Instagram to post a cryptic message following the disappointing result at White Hart Lane.

“Always look forward. Fight in the present, for a better future,” Soldado posted on Instagram.

On Thursday night, Soldado couldn’t hide his delight at making a rare appearance for Spurs in the Europa League.

“Difficult game today in Belgrado,” Soldado posted on Instagram.

“Now we think in the next game Sunday! Very happy to play again. Come on Spurs!”

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