Conte’s anger is the reason for the sudden handball protest He lost a point without defending.
Pierre-Emil Hoivier (Tottenham)’s unnecessary protest led to a run.
Tottenham tied 3-3 in the 28th round of the ‘2022-23 English Premier League (EPL)’ against Southampton at Saints Mary Stadium in Southampton, England on the 19th (Korea Standard Time). Tottenham scored 49 points (15 wins, 4 draws, and 9 losses), only one point added.
Tottenham remained unchanged in a 3-4-3 formation. Fraser Force, Christian Romero, Eric Dyer, Clement Langley, Pedro Pororo, Oliver Skip, Pierre-Emile Hoivier, Ben Davis, Hishalisson, Harry Kane and Son Heung-min started.
Tottenham took the lead in the extra time of the first half with Pedro Pororo scoring a pass from Son Heung-min. He allowed an equalizer at the start of the second half but made it 3-1 with Kane’s header and Pericic’s left-footed shot.
However, Tottenham did not secure the victory. Tottenham allowed Sio Walcott to score a follow-up goal in the 32nd minute of the second half. In the extra time of the second half, Papésar’s foul allowed a penalty kick and James Ward Prowse succeeded, ending in a draw 토토사이트추천
Tottenham fans pointed out Hoyvier’s defense in the second loss scene. Hoybeer claimed a handball foul from the referee as Southampton’s Kamaldine Sulemana caught the ball. In the meantime, Southampton’s attack unfolded, and Hoyvier blankly watched Walcott score. Hoyvier insisted on handball even after losing a point, but it was not a foul at all.
Coach Antonio Conte was angry at the absurd scoreless streak. “Tottenham is not a team,” Conte said. Some players play for themselves, not for the team. Tottenham players don’t want to play under pressure and stress. “This is why we haven’t won in 20 years,” he said, strongly rebuking the team.