Host Ricky Sacks was joined by debutant James Dickens along with returning guests to the Last Word On Spurs in Darren Altman and Talia Coren as the panel discussed Dele Alli’s penalty earning Spurs a 1-1 draw at Burnley but a third winless game saw them miss the chance to cut the gap to the top four to two points.
Spurs coming into the game on a run of four defeats in a row were perhaps fortunate to escape Turf Moor with a point after a lacklustre opening period during which the hosts deservedly took the lead through Chris Wood’s goal after a Hugo Lloris fumble (13).
Jose Mourinho made his feelings clear at the break by introducing Giovani Lo Celso and Lucas Moura, and within five minutes of the restart they were level Alli converted from the spot after Ben Mee had caught Erik Lamela (50), netting his 50th Premier League goal in the process.
Moments later Burnley were denied a penalty themselves when Davinson Sanchez barged into the back of Chris Wood and they missed a golden chance to restore their lead when substitute Matej Vydra shot straight at Lloris from close range.
We also discussed Jose Mourinho’s post-match comments on Tanguy Ndombele and previewed the club’s Champions League last-sixteen second leg tie to come against RB Leipzig on Tuesday.
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