COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
In what has been a largely successful year for Tottenham, there have been some disappointments along the way.
Here, Football Insider chooses which three rank as the lowest:
End of season collapse (April – May)
Tottenham were on course to challenge eventual champions Leicester for the Premier League title right until the last two months of the season.
There were just five points separating Spurs from the Foxes with seven matches of the campaign left.
But, Tottenham went on a horrendous run, which saw just two victories and by the end there was an eleven point gap between the two sides.
To make matters even worse fierce rivals Arsenal finished above them once again with Spurs ending the season in third.
Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham (May)
There were many awful results in the poor end of season run in, but none were worse than the Stamford Bridge draw.
The Blues had a disastrous campaign themselves, finishing in 10th, but they took great delight in their part of ending Tottenham’s title hopes.
The result wasn’t necessarily the worst thing either with the manner in which Spurs players acted over the 90 minutes taking the headlines.
Tottenham saw nine of their players booked on the night and it will certainly be one match many will be keen to forget.
Champions League exit (November)
Tottenham made the elite European competition for the first time since 2011 after finishing in third place in the Premier League last season.
However, their time in the Champions League was short lived and after just one victory they were knocked out by Monaco in a 2-1 defeat in November, with many of their stars flopping on the big occasion.
Their third place group standing means they will compete in the Europa League, but it is just a hindrance to many supporters now.
In other Tottenham news, Dele Alli has given this verdict on his team-mates.