Liability deserves the axe - Three things learned about Tottenham v Southampton
Tottenham were forced to come from behind to rescue a point against Southampton in their 1-1 draw at St Mary’s on Sunday.
Spurs, who came into the clash off the back of a 4-0 thrashing of Everton, fell behind through Davinson Sanchez’s own goal, the summer signing lunging to deflect a cross from Ryan Bertrand past Michel Vorm, who himself was replacing the ill Hugo Lloris.
However the visitors were able to find a way back into the match shortly after, Harry Kane heading home his 99th ever Premier League goal from a Ben Davies free kick to level the scores.
Neither side tested the opposition goalkeepers with many chances throughout, with the single point meaning that Tottenham, sitting in fifth, find themselves two points behind fourth placed Liverpool having played a game more.
So what can fans take away from the clash at St Mary’s?
Here, Football Insider analyses three things learned in Sunday’s match against their south coast opposition, including one liability who deserves the axe after an unconvincing display.
Click below to see the first thing we learned in Tottenham’s clash v Southampton