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Antonio Conte and his squad’s men are fully ready to take on Sevilla in today’s club friendly match as both teams set to slug out at 12:00 p.m. as Tottenham Hotspur will go to the Suwon Stadium in South Korea for a pre-season friendly against Sevilla on Saturday.
Last time out, Antonio Conte’s team defeated Team K-League 6-3, while Julen Lopetegui’s side is yet to play an exhibition game this summer.
Before Tottenham smacked a K-League XI for six, spectators inside the Seoul World Cup Stadium saw Antonio Conte supervise a particularly cruel training session that left Harry Kane and national idol Son Heung-min sprawled on the ground.
Kane and Son scored braces in the 6-3 win against Team K-League in the Coupang Play Series. Eric Dier also scored a thunderbolt from 20 yards out, while Kim Jin-hyuk turned into his own net.
Spurs had been pulled back to 1-1 and 2-2 before the floodgates opened. Conte put out a quality XI at the Seoul World Cup Stadium but allowing three needless goals was not on the menu.
Spurs will shortly return to North London after facing Sevilla, but Conte’s team still has a lot of travelling to do this summer. Rangers await at Ibrox before the I-Tech Cup match with Roma on July 30.
After keeping Sevilla on Real Madrid’s coattails for months, Julen Lopetegui was connected with the Manchester United job, but Los Palanganas finished second.
Sevilla won only three of their last 12 La Liga matches to collapse from second to fourth, although they are still qualified for the Champions League.
Sevilla have only signed one player this summer, centre-back Marcao. Diego Carlos, Oscar Rodriguez, Luuk de Jong, and Ludwig Augustinsson have all left, while Anthony Martial has returned to Manchester United.
Los Palanganas will face Arsenal in the Emirates Cup later this month. Sporting Lisbon, Leicester City, and Cadiz will all face Lopetegui’s side this summer.
Sevilla beat Tottenham 4-3 on aggregate in the 2006-07 UEFA Cup quarterfinals on route to their second of six titles in Europe’s second-tier event.