Tottenham Hotspur returned to winning ways on Monday night as goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane gave them a 2-0 victory over Watford in the Premier League.
Watford had their moments at Wembley, but it was largely a comfortable 90 minutes for Mauricio Pochettino’s side, who took a big step towards securing a top-four position.
The Spurs supporters were not overly pleased with what they saw from a number of their players on Monday night, however, with Eric Dier taking some criticism on social media for a lacklustre performance in the middle of the park.
Dier was not the only one, however, with Moussa Sissoko also being blasted.
Mousa Dembele has been outstanding for Tottenham this season, but the 30-year-old was off-colour against the Hornets, and he was heavily criticised by the club’s supporters.
Dembele has been tipped to leave Tottenham this summer after failing to agree a new contract, and it seems that the fanbase would not be too disappointed if that occurred.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
New central midfielders and an efficient striker are a priority this summer. Dembele, Wanyama, and Dier aren't cutting it anymore. Midfield looks so lacklustre. #THFC
— JZ (@C3RJZ) April 30, 2018
It's time for Dembele & Lamela to leave this summer, sorry guys
— Martin Stevens (@MARTIN_THFC) April 30, 2018
Farewell Mousa. You were a joy to behold. #COYS
— Dean Shannon (@Stuff_I_Type) April 30, 2018
Twisted it misplacing his passes!
— House of V (@Vxb1) April 30, 2018
I thought sissoko was alright when he came on… Offered a bit more than dembele… For me he gets a real raw deal from alot of spurs fans…. He's not amazing but he's not as bad as dembele
— Tony Pepperoni (@PeaheadTHFC) May 1, 2018
— Matt Ramstead (@M_Ramstead) May 1, 2018
Trippier was taken apart , very poor , dembele was poor as well
— Varun Hotspur (@VHotspur) April 30, 2018
Sissoko, Dembele, Lamela & Llorente all need to be sold in the summer. It’s a shame I have no confidence in the chairman to reinvest that money.
— Nad (@nad_THFC) April 30, 2018