Date: 23rd October 2018 at 9:00am
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Tottenham Hotspur took a 1-0 victory over West Ham United on Saturday at the London Stadium to take all three points and the bragging rights as real football returned following the October international break.

Erik Lamela’s 44th-minute goal was enough to separate the sides come the fulltime whistle as whilst nobody would pretend it was a classic, Spurs dug in and did enough to take their chance when it came along and ensure another victory.

With some Spurs fans not being shy or slow to come forward with both praise and criticism on social media following matches in the modern-day game, French midfielder and former Newcastle United player Moussa Sissoko uses features in the latter camp when it comes to comments.

Not so, following our latest victory at the weekend as the 29-year-old was the star of the show for many fans following the final whistle.

Certainly made a refreshing change when looking at what to write post-game.


2 Replies to “Spurs Man Rather Unexpectedly Takes The Praise – “Who Are You & What Have You Done With…””

  • I’ve said before that there seems to be a section of our fan base that needs someone to hate. Its been there as long as I’ve been a supporter, I can remember the abuse John Pratt used to get even when it seemed only him and Perryman actually cared whether we won or not. What Sissoku does or doesn’t do on the pitch doesn’t actually matter to these people, he’s just a target for their vitriol.

  • Sissoko did have a much better game at West Ham than many previous PL games over the last 2 seasons. Hopefully he can continue to improve and regain the form he had for France, and why poch signed him. I remember Jan saying..” Sissoko is better in the middle of the park” So credit where it is due, moussa deserved to be praised for his performance and assist to Lamela’s goal.

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