Son Heung-Min fire his team mate as he said he will be paying his price for “unacceptable”behavior

Tottenham captain Son Heung-Min criticised his ‘soft’ team-mates after they extended their winless run to five matches.

Spurs took the lead against rivals West HamUnited on Thursday thanks to a Sergio Romero header.

However, despite dominating during the opening 45 minutes, they found themselves level when Jarrod Bowen hit home from close range.

James Ward-Prowse scored the winner in the second half, meaning Spurs have picked up just one point from their last five matches.
The side have taken the lead in all five of those matches, but their winless run has seen them slip from the top of the Premier League table.
And Son says his ‘soft’ team-mates are paying the price for their ‘unacceptable’ performances.

They are tough to play against. We knew what was coming, but we were soft,’ Son said.

‘We were soft. 1-0 is not enough, you have to try and win the game.

‘It is unacceptable. The fans do not deserve this. When you go 1-0 up early you should bring more energy and play with more energy, but we didn’t and that is why we lost.

‘When you have the chances to kill the game you have to play better. We lost the game, we have to move on and bounce back.

‘Attacking players should feel responsible because we had chances to kill the game. I know it is very sad for the fans and they are disappointed. As a group, we want to bounce back as soon as possible.’