There were jeers at halftime, but by the end of the game, they had changed into cheers.
When the final whistle blew on Sunday, Tottenham manager Antonio Conte slapped the air with his fist and yelled in delight, celebrating a 2-1 triumph over Leeds and his first Premier League victory in charge of Spurs.
The atmosphere in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium had been drastically different just 45 minutes earlier, when the home side trailed 1-0 and had been vastly outclassed by their opponents.
The second-half change, though, was as quick as it was remarkable, with Spurs appearing like a completely different team, one that Leeds could not cope with.
Were there signs in the impressive comeback that Spurs can challenge for a top-four finish that seemed out of reach just a few weeks ago? With the three points moving them to seventh and within four points of the top four, were there signs in the impressive comeback that Spurs can challenge for a top-four finish that seemed out of reach just a few weeks ago?
Source: BBC Sport