Tottenham Hotspur fans react to Jan Vertonghen’s incredible tackle

Tottenham Hotspur’s latest bout in the Premier League saw them clinch a morale-boosting victory over Bournemouth. Even though everything seemed done and dusted when Jose Mourinho’s men went 3-0 up, the opposition almost clawed their way back with the clash ending 3-2.

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And one of the heroes on the night was definitely Jan Vertonghen, whose incredible goal-saving tackle prevented Bournemouth from getting another goal for their troubles. It didn’t take long for many of the fans to recognise their defender’s efforts, but they warned the club that they were not supposed to be in a position to scrap for the victory after going 3-0 up.

And they really do have a point there. Even though Mourinho is still unbeaten and has three wins in his first three games in charge, none of them were really comfortable triumphs.

Sooner rather than later, this is bound to catch up with the Special One and doesn’t really look like a sustainable plan. Still, many other fans were also quick to point out this particular tackle was very much akin to that of Ledley King’s against Robben back in the day and they pointed it out on Twitter, while others were simply gushing over it:

Finally, some of them stated that Vertonghen should sign a new contract with Spurs and that this piece of skill only serves as further proof of his importance to the team.

Can Spurs afford to let Vertonghen go?

They'll be fine!

They'll be fine!

No way!

No way!

Of course, we still don’t know whether the 32-year-old defender is going to pen an extension or not but his current deal expires in the summer and Mourinho risks losing him for free.

If it were up to these fans, they would definitely not let him go:

Elsewhere, many Spurs fans were delighted with their star getting yet another recognition for his hard work on the pitch…

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