Times are changing in London.
Tottenham dug out from a deficit for a 4-1 triumph over Southampton in a match that shows how Spurs' mindset has changed under director Antonio Conte.
Before on the off chance that they surrendered a bizarre objective in something like 15 minutes, they would bite the dust.
All things considered, they scored four without Harry Kane or Heung-Min Son raising a ruckus around town of the net.
James Ward Prowse had the opener for Southampton while Ryan Sessegnon, Eric Dier, Dejan Kulusevski, and a Mohamed Salisu own objective saw Spurs run up the score.
Ralph Hasenhüttl had three debutants in the match in new attendant Gavin Bazunu, 18-year-old Romeo Lavia, and Joe Aribo.
They've been essential for the Southampton youth development this late spring and their energy started the Saints off very well.
They were squeezing out of the door and Moussa Djenepo made the opportunity for Ward-Prowse's opener.
Little did Hasenhüttl had any idea about that the objective would be the remainder of the delight for the away side.
The only more Conte goal than Sessegnon's opening goal from close range would have been if it was assisted by the other fullback Emerson Royal. Instead, it was a cross from Dejan Kulusevski to Sessegnon