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Spurs boss Postecoglou - 'There's no frustration.'

Postecoglou Denies Frustration as he Lauds Tottenham's Performance Despite 2-1 Defeat to Aston Villa

Tottenham's manager, Ange Postecoglou, found no fault in his team's performance despite a 2-1 home defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday.

The Lilywhites showcased early brilliance, with winger Dejan Kulusevski hitting the post in the opening minutes. Giovanni Lo Celso then broke the deadlock with a brilliant shot, setting the stage for an exciting clash.

However, Spanish defender Pau Francisco Torres levelled the score with a brilliant header just before half-time, and England striker Ollie Watkins secured the victory for Unai Emery's Villa in the 61st minute. Notably, Watkins had found the net in the first half before Torres scored, but the goal was disallowed for offside following a VAR review.

The result saw Villa leapfrog Spurs into the fourth spot in the league standings with a two-point advantage over the fifth-placed Tottenham.

Postecoglou, speaking to Sky Sports after the match said: "A tough outcome but I couldn't be happier with the way the boys played. I'm really proud of them; I thought we played some fantastic football, and on another day, we would've won comfortably. I can't fault the effort they put into the game."

Denying any 'frustration,' the Spurs boss manager emphasised the positive facets of the match. "There's no frustration. We played well, and as a manager, that's all you can ask for. Sometimes the outcomes don't go the way you want, but as a manager, I want the players committed to what we are trying to do, and they were all totally committed."

"On another day, we would've had a few goals, but it was a combination of outstanding goalkeeping and woodwork. From my perspective, all I can ask is what they gave. The players played an outstanding game of football, and as a manager, that's all we can ask for."

It is clear that Postecoglou's words reflect a commitment to the team's style of play and a focus on the positive perspective of the Lilywhites' display.

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