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Dele Alli sends message on Twitter after dismal Spurs defeat, some fans respond

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Dele Alli sends message on Twitter after dismal Spurs defeat, some fans respond

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli has sent a heartfelt message to the Spurs fanbase after Jose Mourinho’s charges were disappointingly knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Spurs headed to RB Leipzig hoping to overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first leg at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but ended up conceding twice in the first 21 minutes of the encounter in Germany.

Marcel Sabitzer put the hosts in control with a brace, Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris getting a hand on both efforts but failing to keep either one out.

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Tottenham were simply unable to break through the opposition defence and the game was put beyond their reach in the 87th minute through Emil Forsberg.

Mourinho’s charges are now winless in six games, their last hope of silverware having now disappeared, and their hopes of qualifying for Europe are getting slimmer by the week.

As a result, the atmosphere amongst the Spurs fanbase is at a low point, and Alli – who also apologised to the fans in his post-match interview, as reported by The Telegraph – sent the following message on Twitter:

Some fans welcomed Alli’s tweet and responded positively:

 

Up next for Spurs is Sunday’s Premier League clash with Manchester United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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