Premier League: Cuti Romero’s Tottenham scored five goals in 21 minutes and the fans left the pitch

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Five goals conceded in 21 minutes party right away this Sunday i Tottenham from Argentina Cristian Cuti Romeroseriously compromising the chances of playing in the next Champions League and making their fans leave the stands when not even 25% of the match had been played. newcastle they crushed him 6-1 at home on date 32 of the Premier League.

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Fifth-placed Spurs now have 6 points adrift of Manchester United (4th) and Newcastle (3rd), and with two and one more games played respectively.

The situation even caused fans who had traveled nearly 500 kilometers from London to support Tottenham to leave their position in the stands angry at their team’s performance.

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The start to the match in Newcastle was completely insane with the Magpies scoring on virtually every one of their approaches to the penalty area.

Hugo Lloris’ nightmare in goal began when he saved a shot from Brazilian Joelinton at the feet of Jacob Murphy, who scored after 61 seconds of play.

Then Joelinton transformed after dribbling past Lloris after a defensive error (6).

The legendary French goalkeeper didn’t even budge on Murphy’s sublime 27-metre shot (9).

And an incredible opening with the outside foot by Joe Willock found Swede Alexander Isak in the space of the Spurs defense to make it 4-0 (19).

The party continued two minutes later, with the former Real Sociedad player signing his brace after a pass from Sean Longstaff.

But this flurry was not a record: Manchester City against Watford in September 2019 had taken less time to score a ‘hand’, 18 minutes.

Lloris retired injured at half-time of the match. “I don’t know if it’s a muscle but it’s near the hip. I felt something move and it didn’t feel right, but we’ll see tomorrow or two after the ultrasound”the vice-world champion, who retired from the national team after Qatar 2022, told Sky Sport.

At the beginning of the second half Harry Kane shortened the difference (49) but in the 68th minute Callum Wilson, two minutes after Isak’s entry, scored the goal of the final set (6-1).

Lloris darts



“It’s really humiliating and the first thing to do is apologize to the fans”Loris admitted.

“Difficult to analyze so early but the first thing we lacked was pride”complete.

Some words that echo those pronounced by Antonio Conte, who had denounced the “selfishness” of some players who “don’t want to help themselves”, during a press conference after the 3-3 defeat against bottom side Southampton, days before of his dismissal at the end of March.

“We can’t hide behind the club’s problems, we are professionals and many things were missing today,” Lloris said, alluding to the absence of a coach for next season and the suspension of sporting director Fabio Paratici, implicated in the irregular transfer scandal of Juventus. when he was at the Italian club.

The Londoners will play their last options to finish in the top 4 with a welcome to Manchester United and a visit to Liverpool in the coming days.

In this Sunday’s other match, West Ham (13th) beat Bournemouth (15th) 4-0, three invaluable points to avoid relegation, from which they are separated by six units.

Michail Antonio (5), the Brazilian Lucas Paqueta (12), Declan Rice (43) and the Spaniard Pablo Fornals (72) scored with a spectacular scorpion strike.

Source: Clarin

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