Goalkeeper reacts to disappointing defeat in north London
BEN Foster hailed Tottenham Hotspur as the “best team I’ve played against”.
Spurs, helped by a Harry Kane hat-trick, recorded a 4-0 victory over Tony Pulis’ men at White Hart Lane on Saturday lunchtime.
It was the hosts’ sixth successive Premier League triumph, equalling their longest winning run in the division.
The Baggies stopper says his side must move on quickly from the disappointing result, with Sunderland the visitors to The Hawthorns next weekend.
“In all fairness that’s probably the best team I have played against,” admitted Foster.
“Fair play to them, it’s just one we will have to move on from.
“We went three at the back to try and get back into the game but sadly we couldn’t get going.
“We have to lick our wounds and forget about it as quickly as possible.
“Everyone has their ups and downs.
“We need to get over this one and move on to next weekend’s game against Sunderland.”