Date: 3rd December 2018 at 8:00am
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Tottenham Hotspur’s Sunday trip to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal in another London derby in the campaign of 2018/19 didn’t go to plan.

Losing 4-2 on the day, the performance was well off what we’ve come to expect and at the end of the day we paid the price for that and got what we deserved.

Whilst there were few positives from the day, and that was ably demonstrated by statistics website Whoscored’s comparative player ratings from the 90 minutes.

The hosts clearly scored better than we did individually, but Son Heung-Min’s efforts on the day saw him take our Man of the Match on their system with 7.49 and Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen completed our top five on the day but there was no disguising it was a bad 90 minutes all around.

Dust ourselves down and quickly given it’s Southampton on Wednesday evening, given their struggles this year it’s the perfect match to get back to winning ways and prove it was a bad day at the office.


2 Replies to “Small Positives For Spurs Following Arsenal Horror Show – His MotM Efforts Didn’t Go Unnoticed”

  • Did he get extra points for the all the diving (particularly the penalty) or just for running around like a headless chicken?

  • No way was it a dive, and certainly a pen, the Gooner def dived in/panicked and caught his foot, thus a foul. COYS

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