Son Heung-min Perfectly Sums Up Every Spurs Fan's Feelings
Spurs frustrating form continued as they drew 1-1 with bottom of the table Watford at home on Saturday and Son Heung-min perfectly summed up the feeling at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Mauricio Pochettino's side would have been hoping to end a poor start to the season on Saturday as they lined up at home against struggling Watford.
Things didn't go their way though and they required a 68th minute equaliser from Dele Alli to stop them suffering an embarrassing defeat. Before that Abdoulaye Doucoure put the Hornets ahead and, sat on the bench, Son Heung-min summed up every Spurs fans' feelings with his reaction to the goal.
Tottenham are playing so bad right now, they've broken Heung Min-Son. This was his reaction yesterday after Watford scored first. "F**king hell" :cry: pic.twitter.com/T7sYi7UtUd- FutbolBible (@FutbolBible) October 20, 2019
Already this season Pochettino's side have lost at home to Newcastle United and away to Brighton and Leicester City in the league but their biggest embarrassments have come away from the league.
They were held to a 0-0 draw in the Carabao Cup by Colchester United and were knocked out on penalties by the League Two club.
In Europe they hosted Bayern Munich in the Champions League and were beaten 7-2 with Serge Gnabry scoring four goals.
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Tottenham's form has left them five points off the top four already this season, which comes off the back off last year when they reached the Champions League final and there was plenty of optimism about this season in the summer.
The club are set to have a documentary made about the current campaign for Amazon and after the match the manager hinted he wasn't exactly thrilled about the decision to allow the cameras in, saying, "Do you think it is a moment to talk about that?
"I am focused only in trying to stick with giving my best to turn the moment.
"That was a club decision to do a documentary about Tottenham and me as a manager I need to give my best to help the club to do what the club want."
Will Pochettino be able to turn things around this season?