ANGE POSTECOGLOU gave a brilliant five-word answer when asked if Tottenham will change their tactics after defeat to Chelsea.
Spurs were reduced to nine men in the London derby but held out until 75 minutes when Nicolas Jackson made it 2-1.
The striker went on to get two more in added time to seal a hat-trick and 4-1 win.
Spurs’ high line was exposed on the counter both times with Jackson making them pay.
But Postecoglou insisted no matter how many players they have sent off the risky defensive tactics will remain.
He said: “It’s just who we are, mate. It’s just who we are. It’s who we’re going to be as long as I’m here.
“We go down to five men, mate, we’ll have a crack.”
Postecoglou’s men got off to a flying start as Dejan Kulusevski opened the scoring on six minutes.
But Cole Palmer later equalised from the spot after Cristian Romero was also sent off for his studs up challenge on Enzo Fernandez in the box.
The hosts then went down to nine just ten minutes after the break when Destiny Udogie was booked twice.
Jackson’s second-half hat-trick wrapped up the game and saw him handed the player of the match award.
Postecoglou said: “There was a fair bit going on, a lot of VAR intervention, a hard game for me to analyse but I am very proud of the players. Right to the end they were trying to create something for us.
“The players couldn’t give any more than they did, part of this game is will, effort and determination and they showed that.”