Tottenham ‘would’ve been booed off’ if fans were at Chelsea rout as Jose Mourinho asked to sign ‘premium focus back’ after Eric Dier repulsiveness show
The exchange window may have shut three days prior however Tottenham’s 1-0 misfortune to Chelsea shows they frantically need to enroll in one zone, as indicated by Anton Ferdinand.
Spikes’ presentation at home to the Blues was an unbearable watch for all devotees of the north London side as they tumbled to their third consecutive annihilation in the Premier League.
Chelsea ruled the main half and proceeded at the break because of Jorginho’s punishment.
Yet, the manner in which Spurs surrendered the objective will anger fans with focus back Eric Dier stumbling Timo Werner inside the case following the German striker squeezed it off him.
There’s one encouragement Spurs can take from their exhibition – at any rate there weren’t any fans inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to observe it.
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand said this is something beneficial for Jose Mourinho’s side as they would’ve been booed off at half time.
It was a helpless first half by the entire Spurs side, which didn’t improve in the second as great goalkeeping by Hugo Lloris kept it from being a mortifying annihilation.
The Frenchman denied Christian Pulisic and Mason Mount, while the returning Serge Aurier made a decent last-jettison challenge to deny Werner an objective.
Spikes almost surrendered a diverting second objective when Dier’s backpass placed Lloris in a tough situation however the manager figured out how to head the ball away from peril.
Carlos Vinicius should’ve evened out late on as he could just direct a free header wide. The objective would’ve likely given Spurs an unmerited point as they were second best all through.
The punishment occurrence brings up issues about whether they have an adequate protection.
Furthermore, that question was met with a reverberating no by Ferdinand’s sibling, who proposed Spurs’ guard is the contrast between them being title challengers and being eighth in the table, where they presently are.
On whether Spurs need to sign a ‘top notch place back’ Ferdinand berated Kick: “I would say as much, unquestionably.
“Eric Dier’s played in midfield for the vast majority of his profession, he needed to play at focus back as he’s doing now.
“The irregularity is the reason Tottenham were top of the association and now they’re definitely not.”