Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Nobody can believe how Tottenham got away with penalty decision v Watford

Nobody can believe how Tottenham got away with penalty decision v Watford

The former Tottenham chairman has suggested that Pochettino should have included Erik Lamela in the starting lineup against Watford on Saturday afternoon.

Kieran Trippier was almost left with his head in his hands as a half cleared corner fell to Abdoulaye Doucoure, who smashed an effort off the post and then across goal.

While the draw was enough to climb above Burnley and into sixth, last season's runners-up are now four points adrift of the Champions League places.

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The Belgian global returned from injury recently and played the full 90 minutes at Vicarage Road, as Spurs failed to win in the Premier League for the fourth game in a row. "It's important to have all the team there and feel strong for the future".

The Tottenham boss told reporters after the game: "I am so pleased. Sometimes tough periods are important, you build your character and you learn a lot from this situation".

Son restored parity but it was thanks to Christian Eriksen, showing the quality that has been missing from him lately with a flawless ball across to Son as Spurs countered, the South Korean applying an easy finish. "Because we talked a lot in the last few days about being focused and trying to concentrate in this type of action".

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The sides remained level in terms of goals, but Spurs were reduced in personnel after the Colombian centre-half's elbow on Richarlison earned him a straight red card. "In the last three or four games, your first question is always about the decision of the referee and my decision is not to say anything about that".

"He proves every day and with Tottenham and the national team how good a player he is and I am happy because not only is he a good player, a fantastic player he is a very good boy as well and a very good professional".

"It doesn't change anything or help anyone".

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Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.

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