Tottenham’s winless run stretched to five games as they lost 2-1 to West Ham on Thursday in the Premier League. Spurs led at the break thanks to Cristian Romero’s header but the game was turned on its head when Jarrod Bowen equalised at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and James Ward-Prowse grabbed a winner for the visitors. Son Heung-min slammed the loss as “unacceptable”.
The hosts had led through Cristian Romero’s 11th-minute header, but their below par second-half performance was punished as Jarrod Bowen levelled seven minutes after the restart and James Ward-Prowse struck a winner 16 minutes before time.
“Deserved better or not means nothing, we lost the game. It is unacceptable,” Son told Amazon Prime.
“Attacking players should feel responsibility because we had chances to kill the game. I know it is very sad for the fans and disappointed. As a group we want to bounce back as soon as possible.”