There have been plenty of questions around the topic of passion at Tottenham Hotspur in recent times.
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This comes with Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld all having their contracts run out in the summer of 2020, as per Transfermarkt, with the indication being that they won’t sign new ones.
It is decisions such as this, mixed with the fact that Spurs have only won 3 times in 12 games across all competitions this season, which has led to some fans questioning whether players actually care about the club.
However, there was no debate about whether Heung-min Son and Erik Lamela were bothered about how things are going, as their reaction to Abdoulaye Doucoure scoring for Watford was caught on camera:
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Erik Lamela just as infuriated and upset as team-mate Heung-Min Son, watching Spurs go behind against Watford.
— Last Word On Spurs (@LastWordOnSpurs) October 20, 2019
Son eventually came on at half-time, while Lamela joined him on the pitch in the 63rd minute, with many Spurs fans feeling that they injected some life into the team.
This is backed up, as the South Korean hit the woodwork, while the Argentinian managed to make two key passes, as per WhoScored.
There are now demands being made by many fans that the pair start against Red Star Belgrade, claiming it is clear to see who cares and who doesn’t.
A selection of Twitter reaction to the video, including posts from encouraged Spurs fans, can be seen below:
Whatever you think of certain players good or bad it’s not hard to see who cares and leaves it all on the pitch. Some of those playing badly still seem to be trying, others not so much.
— Jill Lewis (@jilllewis33) October 20, 2019
They all care and they are all talking about sticking together ,here’s nothing to pinpoint the blame on ,we are just going through a terrible patch
— Shaun Lewis (@ShaunLewis17) October 20, 2019
They should both be starting next game & Ndombele. They came on against Watford & changed the game. You could see they wanted to win!
— sarah (@jangirl21) October 21, 2019
You could see their passion & desire when they got the chance to play
— Mark (@e_greenfingers) October 21, 2019
They both need to start the next 10 games…
— Lee Anderson (@atek75) October 20, 2019
Both need to be starting at the moment.
— Phil Rogers (@SouthpawBoxNews) October 21, 2019
They made a massive difference on saturday
— Keith gates (@keithspurs54) October 20, 2019
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