Tottenham fans have had enough of one of their star players following their win against Nottm forest.

Tottenham made a top four spot

Micky van de ven had opened the scoring in the first-half,

Udogie lacklustre performance against the Nottm forest frustrated Tottenham fans on social media.

One X user wrote: “hojberg needs to be starting over udogie, shouldn’t even be a debate.”

A second tweeted: “I do NOT want to see udogie start ahead of hojberg again this season.”

A third added: “If I see udogie start one game over hojberg I will lose my mind.”

A fourth exclaimed: “There is no way udogie should start ahead of hojberg. A lot of you Tottenham fans are just delusional.”

A fifth said: “udogie should start over hojberg for the remaining premier league games.”

Another commented: “Start hojberg for udogie against Nottm . He deserves to start. Udogie doesn’t.”

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp has spotted a weakness in Destiny Udogie’s game after he repeated an error from a previous match against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

This error in the first half resulted in Tottenham losing their 1-0 lead as the 21-year-old was caught out of position for Nottingham Forest’s equaliser. Anthony Elanga ran in behind the full-back before crossing it into the path of Chris Wood who helped it into the back of the net.

Udogie has been one of many positives in Spurs’ season but the Italian is prone to mistakes and that should be expected as the 21-year-old is still very raw.

Watching the game on Sunday Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp believes he has spotted a weakness in the Tottenham defender’s game.

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Jamie Redknapp has spotted a weakness in Destiny Udogie 

While talking on Sky Sports during the half-time break, Redknapp highlighted that Destiny Udogie is often caught ball-watching and that it has been punished multiple times this season.

The former Spurs star said via TBR FOOTBALL : “I did a game a few weeks ago, the Fulham game, and he gets caught. He does this a lot. He ball-watches, Destiny Udogie.”

This is no doubt something Ange Posetecoglou is working on and as the defender develops, it will eventually be eradicated from his game.


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