Spurs drew 2-2 with Everton last night as Harry Kane once again rescued Jose Mourinho’s men to ensure a valuable point was gained at Goodison Park.
Kane’s double ensured that Gylfi Sigurdsson wasn’t the only one with two goals to his name on the night. However, the Spurs striker did limp off just before the end in what could be a big worry for Jose Mourinho ahead of next week’s cup final against City.
Aside from the game, some Spurs fans were less than impressed with what they saw following the game from some of their players. In footage doing the rounds on Twitter, captain Hugo Lloris, Moussa Sissoko, and Serge Aurier can all be seen sharing a joke of sorts with Everton star Lucas Digne.
And while they might be international teammates and friends off the field, it did not sit well with a number of Tottenham supporters.
Twitter was full of comments from Spurs fans who were fuming at the footage and once again questioned the mentality of their squad.
Here, then, is a look at what was being said as Spurs drew 2-2 with Everton.
Mentality of losers
— Ben Archer (@benarcher60) April 16, 2021
How can anyone be joking with Aurier after his performances, crazy how Jose chooses some players to isolate from the team and not others
— Connor (@Connorisseur19) April 16, 2021
It’s says everything we need to know about their mentality which stinks
— Debstar (@DjL03) April 16, 2021
Roy Keane would of gave his full blown rant at these players.
Here we got Lloris club captain laughing and joking just after another failure on the pitch.
— Az-COYS – 🏴🇧🇩🇵🇸 (@az1974) April 16, 2021
I don’t mind them doing this when the environment is correct, a small blip for instance, but when the club is being killed off you have to question their passion for the club.
— Liam (@liamjc115) April 16, 2021
Sums up the mentality of the players and club at present. Clearly don’t understand.
— ShropSpur01 (@jonnylam21) April 16, 2021
If they had bust a gut & left everything out on the pitch, fair enough, but that was another half hearted performance with no fight, no passion & no game plan…get the season over & done with
— Casa Cymru en Espana (@Colescymru) April 16, 2021