Tottenham have solved a major issue after World Cup experience

Tottenham Hotspur cruised to a 3-1 win over Fulham on Saturday, with goals from Lucas Moura, Kieran Trippier and Harry Kane enough to seal three points at Wembley.

The result means Spurs go into next weekend’s crunch clash with Manchester United in good form and with confidence, as Mauricio Pochettino’s men made it two wins from two games.

While there were many positives about the win over Fulham, one Tottenham problem appears to have been fixed following the World Cup.

While Christian Eriksen is an essential player for Spurs and one of the best playmakers in world football, for an inexplicable reason his delivery at corners is awful.

It has been the case for the last number of seasons, with Tottenham’s corners taken by the Dane and more often than not hitting the first man.

Although Trippier’s sublime free-kick for the second goal will gain him the headlines, the England international’s corners were also much better than what Eriksen has offered in the recent past.

The Spurs right-back also took set pieces at the World Cup, where England took advantage of scored plenty of goals.

Here’s hoping that Trippier’s quality delivery from corners can result in Tottenham scoring more goals from this avenue in 2018-19.