'Every time': Jamie O'Hara fuming with what one Tottenham player kept doing against Burnley
Tottenham just about got over the line this afternoon as they saw off Burnley at home to keep their Champions League dreams alive.
A goal from Harry Kane late in the first half ensured Spurs took a valuable three points against a dogged and determined Burnley side. Kane’s penalty, which caused plenty of controversy by the way, was rifled into the bottom corner giving Nick Pope no chance.
However, it was far from vintage from Tottenham. The performance was a far cry from that which they produced against Arsenal last time out, with a number of aspects of the display not up to scratch. And one of those things, according to Jamie O’Hara, was the corners from Heung-Min Son.
Son repeatedly seemed to try and hit the front post with his corners, something which had worked against Arsenal.
But O’Hara, taking to his Twitter account during the game, believed Son needed taking off corners as he hit out at the Spurs star for not doing anything different all game with his efforts.
O’Hara, as we all know, is vocal about Tottenham on his social media accounts and it was no surprise to see his nervousness come out in this way.
TBR’s View: Son’s Tottenham Corners Just Off It For Once
This is just a bit of a reactionary comment from O’Hara really. It’s clearly a tweet of frustration from the former Spurs man, who wanted Tottenham to simply get that second goal.
Son’s corners are usually a good part of Tottenham’s play. We saw it against Arsenal in the week, and we’ve seen it throughout the season as well.
In the end, it didn’t matter. Tottenham got the three points and now the pressure is firmly on Arsenal. O’Hara, then, can rest easy and save his complaints for another day it seems.
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