“Brainless”He’s poor at defence sell him fans get tired of his,he cost us the game

Tottenham’s hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League suffered a major setback when they lost 3-0 to Fulham on the north bank of the Thames
It was also the first time under manager Ange Postecoglou that he failed to score in a Premier League game
The Australian coach would not have noticed the team’s lack of performance
Spurs looked like they were still celebrating last weekend’s 4-0 win over Aston Villa, but they put up a half-hearted challenge as Fulham won 50-50
There weren’t many people at Craven Cottage when Rodrigo Muniz scored his first goal for the hosts, but even Spurs fans were surprised
Fulham were dynamic and deserved to take the lead
Postecoglou’s side looked a pale shadow of the side that dominated at Villa Park last weekend, but the half-time whistle could not come soon enough for the north London club
However, things went from bad to worse at the start of the second half when Timothy Castagne’s ball found Sasa Lukic to double Fulham’s lead
Marco Silva’s side were all over Tottenham, defied the odds, got there and were overall better than Spurs
However, even the second goal failed to wake the Spurs team from their slumber, with loose balls and a general lack of concentration being the hallmarks of their performance, but Muñiz scored the second goal and made it three
When the score was -0, Fulham complained
Spurs manager Postecoglou had to react with his hands buried in his court, but he changed the engine room and replaced the helpless duo of Pape Sarr and Yves Bissouma with Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre
= Replaced with a fresh leg named Emil Hojbjerg
James Maddison, who looked like he had been hit, gave way to Timo Werner, and the Spurs hoped for a miraculous turnaround
Fulham held on and deserved a comfortable win

Here’s how we rated Lilywhite:
Destiny Udogie-4 A great run in the first half saw Maddison hit the post and Leno stuck
Nothing special happened after that
Guglielmo Vicario – 5 3 goals conceded, but it’s hard to say that any of them were his fault







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