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Sending-offs seem to be a bit of an unwanted theme for Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur this season.

Yves Bissouma picked up his second of the campaign during Tottenham’s 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest on Friday night.

Whilst Cristian Romero plays like he can receive a red card every single game, that’s why Tim Sherwood is ‘holding his breath’ when he makes a tackle, as he told Sky Sports News (16/12/23 at 12:10 pm).

One man who can and has proven that he can ‘calm’ the World Cup winner down is the currently injured Micky van de Ven, according to Tim Sherwood.

The £43 million summer signing has been outstanding for Tottenham since joining from Wolfsburg and a player who is already a firm fan favourite.

Cristian Romero is also a favourite of the Tottenham crowd, but his over-eagerness to showcase his aggression does put people on edge.

Cristian Romero’s tackles

“Romero is someone who I hold my breath every time he goes into a tackle,” said Sherwood.

“He is better there when Van der ven is there. I think he trusts him. He seemed to have calmed it down when he was playing in that partnership together.

“Them two tackles from Romero and Bissouma against Forest are really poor tackles and you can hurt your opposition.”

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Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven’s partnership

Tottenham fans are probably very eager for those two to get back on that field because they are proving to be a devastating combination.

To be fair, the team has faired well with a makeshift backline, especially Ben Davies.

A natural left-back, he is doing a good job given the circumstances, but what’s strange, when van de Ven returns, Davies will probably sit back on the bench because he isn’t going to get ahead of Destiny Udogie.

Those back-to-back wins have helped Spurs and there is every chance they can make it three out of three when they face in-form Everton on Saturday.

With Manchester City on Club World Cup duty in Saudi Arabia, three points will send Spurs into fourth spot.