Tottenham Hotspur had to settle for a point in their match with Watford on Saturday afternoon, and fans were not happy with one of their individuals on Twitter.

Spurs have found it difficult to win a Premier League game as of late and would have been hoping the fixture at Vicarage Road could have been the venue for them to reignite their domestic season.

However, Marco Silva’s side has been performing well above expectations, sitting eighth in the table and had led to heavy speculation that Everton was interested in the Hornets’ boss.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham men started slowly and found themselves behind in the 13th minute when Christian Kabasele headed home from a Richarlison corner.

Spurs managed to equalise soon after through Heung-Min Son, although they could have been two-down should Martin Atkinson have awarded Watford a possible penalty.

Tottenham then had Davinson Sanchez sent off early in the second half for an apparent elbow on the home side’s Brazilian star, but that did not stop both sides from having a go at getting a winner.

Spurs continued to look for a goal to give them their first win in the Premier League since November 5, but could not make the most of their chances, whilst they were also fortunate not to concede a penalty in the dying moments.

Tottenham defender Eric Dier appeared to handle the ball and Watford were angry with the decision to not award the spot-kick, with both teams taking a share of the points.

Spurs fans were not too happy with the result on social media and singled out Moussa Sissoko for his performance during the match after he came on from the substitutes bench.

The Tottenham faithful believed they had been reduced further when the France international had come on to the pitch and were not happy with his overall contribution.

Here are some of the best reactions:


  1. When are the Spurs fans going to wake up and realise that Pochetino is not a good tactical manager. He talks the talk but over the past few years he still makes the same mistakes with substitutions. He either brings them on too late to be effective or
    in most cases it’s the wrong player. He obviously has his favourites, Sissoko, being an obvious example.
    As a manager we should practice set pieces but our record of goals from corners/free kicks are appalling. Even lower teams have more variations.
    Our defending of corners would improve if we had players on the posts or post.
    When other teams especially foreign ones have a high return on set pieces they obviously spend more time than we do practicing them.
    Yes Mr Pochetino has got the team fitter than ever but he is so big headed that he cannot see where we show weaknesses that could be easily improved.
    We hear he has the final say on Players bought by Spurs. Well his recent purchases
    don’t come up to expectations. So, Mr Pochetino just admit you have a great deal to put right at Tottenham and you are most certainly falling behind other managers where Tactics are concerned.


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