The last few weeks have been difficult for Tottenham Hotspur as their positive form has waned.
The club were being spoken of as Premier League title contenders not that long ago, while their pedigree in the Champions League rose after picking up four points from a possible six against Real Madrid.
Now, though, some have ruled the North London club out of the running for the English crown after dropping points in recent games.
The are winless in their last three league games, which have consisted of two defeats and one draw.
A 2-0 loss to arch rivals Arsenal shook Tottenham’s confidence as they went on to draw 1-1 with West Bromwich Albion.
On Tuesday night at the King Power Stadium, Mauricio Pochettino’s men suffered a 2-1 loss, conceding goals from Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez.
Harry Kane managed to get on the scoresheet for Spurs, but the striker was unable to inspire a comeback.
On occasion in these circumstances, fans turn on the manager, but some of Tottenham’s following continue to back Pochettino.
i still love you Mauricio, please stop crying ☹️
— nisa (@nisaiguana) November 29, 2017
I read Poch’s book and saw how he transferred the team … the man is a genius I am totally behind him
— Moby (@amsorouh) November 29, 2017
Its like the old days again, spurs under pressure . I still wouldn't change poch for any other manager in the world. Coys
— Nick Goddard (@nickgoddard109) November 29, 2017
Players aren't playing for you poch, if we continue to preform like his and miss so many chances a mere peasant could score then the premier league won't be our target. It will be our tomb.
— Phill Parrot (@PhillCarrot) November 29, 2017
I'm behind Poch. Picking Sissoko over Son was a very bad call Imo. However, the rest was down to the players not delivering. Especially Alli and Eriksen. Good thing that Lemala is slowly getting back to a starting position to generate some competition for starting places up front
— FreddieWho? (@FredericLR) November 29, 2017
Your not alone Mauricio I'm a northerner who supports spurs since 81 ,we can bounce back but need to be robust and play proper football.
— Watty884 (@884watty) November 29, 2017
Please Mauricio do not cry I can not see you sad, So my heart does not bear that really ?????
— Mauricio Pochettino (@LoversPoch) November 29, 2017