Journalist Alasdair Gold has now taken a second to recall an incident involving Tottenham Hotspur’s Micky van de Ven last weekend.
In what has proved to be a very busy January for Tottenham, the club rounded off a successful few weeks with a trip to Manchester United before their short winter break.
Spurs dominated the 2-2 draw, but ultimately failed to win the game.
And part of the blame was owed to some lapses in concentration at the back, something Ange Postecoglou will be keen to eradicate.
That being said, Micky van de Ven did try to take things into his own hands for the side upon his return to the XI.
The defender wasn’t happy with Bentancur’s attempts to track back, which produced a rare moment of rage.
Alasdair Gold noticed Micky van de Ven scolding Tottenham teammate Rodrigo Bentancur
Gold said: “I just remembered on Van de Ven, there was one moment where he was going absolutely mad at, I can’t remember if it was Bentancur or another midfielder, someone who wasn’t tracking back.
“And Bentancur had to go to him and say and just calm, calm down it’s OK kind of thing which is very unusual for Van de Ven.