Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern, Jamie Brown from the Daily Hotspur and debutant to the Last Word On Spurs in Anthoulla as we reviewed the narrow defeat to Liverpool.
Tottenham pushed them all the way and it might have been a different story had Son Heung-min or the substitute Giovani Lo Celso not fluffed their lines when wonderfully placed in the closing stages. The Lo Celso chance led José Mourinho to sink to his knees in disbelief. How had the midfielder missed the target when he had so much of it to aim for from Serge Aurier’s cross?
Spurs had entered the game in poor form and with a clutch of debilitating injuries, including the high-profile one to Harry Kane. They tried everything in tactical terms, they gave everything on a physical level and Mourinho was on solid ground when he argued that his team deserved something.
We also previewed Middlesbrough to come on Tuesday back in the FA Cup along with having a guess at what both the attendance and the result will be.
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