Tottenham Hotspur defender Sergio Reguilon was in attendance at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.The Spurs full-back came through the ranks at Real Madrid before joining the Lilywhites in 2020.Given Reguilon’s boyhood club was in London, the £28million man didn’t pass up the opportunity to watch them live.Reguilon will surely have liked what he saw, with Los Blancos running out 3-1 winners over the Blues.The Tottenham ace took to Instagram during the game, sharing a story of his view from the stands.7 Footballers Who Seemed Irreplaceable But Weren’tAccording to The Spurs Web, Antonio Conte was at the game too.Tottenham have had an up-and-down season but things finally seem to be on the right track.Spurs have won their last three league games and hammered Newcastle 5-1 at N17 last time out.Conte’s charges now sit fourth in the Premier League table with eight games to go in the 2021-22 campaign.Indeed, they’re just five points behind Chelsea, who sit third but have now lost two games in a row in all competitions.Brentford hammered them 4-1 at the weekend, and now they’ve got a big deficit in the Champions League quarter-finals.Could Tottenham beat Chelsea to third place? With the way things are going, it’s a possibility.“This is a process”Reguilon recently revealed that he spoke with Conte about making the transition from left-back to left wing-back.“I had never played at left-wing back in my life, ever,” the 25-year-old said on the club’s official matchday programme, via football.london. “Antonio knew that.“And we spoke about it because I had always played left-back and, in that position, a lot of movements, plays in the game, you don’t control.“After games though, playing and training, l built a concept in my head of what I need to do in that role but, as always, this is a process. “I didn’t know everything about football before moving into that position and it is not a case of say, in two weeks of playing in the role, you know everything about playing wing-back. “But now, not only me, but the whole squad has improved under Antonio.” Have something to tell us about this article?