Tottenham are in pole position in their FA Cup quarter-final against Swansea, after Christian Eriksen gave them the lead with a trademark world-class strike, and Erik Lamela added another just before half-time.
And it could have been more after Heung-Min Son’s goal was disallowed before the decision was referred to VAR.
That proved inconclusive and the decision was made not to change the on-field decision, which was offside.
It was a solid performance from Tottenham, although fans were not happy with the performance of Eric Dier.
He seemed sluggish and misplaced some passes and it led to one Spurs fan asking what had happened to the player this season.
Another said that he loves Dier, but that he makes a mistake in every game.
With the score at 2-0, Tottenham fans will be hoping that their side can kick on and land the first berth in the semi-final.
And that Dier can start completing more passes.
Here are the best reactions to Dier’s first-half display:
I think Sissoko is actually doing better than Dier
— TJ???????? (was Eriksennn) (@FutboITJ) March 17, 2018
This passing from Sissoko and Dier is really not good
— Jay (@thfcjayy) March 17, 2018
I love him but Dier has a mistake in him every game!! #SWATOT
— Darren Harding (@glue19795) March 17, 2018
Dier keeps leaving his passes short.
— Chad Smith (@Chadwicks22) March 17, 2018
Dier has given the ball at least 5 times already #facup
— DrSpur (@SpursDr) March 17, 2018
Eric Dier is moving sluggish
— CBRATTON. (@CharlieBratton) March 17, 2018
What has happened to Eric Dier this season? Gives the ball away so easy yet it’s Sissoko that gets the criticism!
— Alan Spencer (@ALSPURS) March 17, 2018
Need another goal!!! Dier sometimes frustrates me so much
— Costas Polycarpou (@costantinosp) March 17, 2018
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