Tottenham fans have taken to Twitter to slam Moussa Sissoko for his performance against Watford on Saturday.
Sissoko, 28, came off the bench in the 64th minute to replace Christian Eriksen to see out the final phases of what ended up as a 1-1 draw at Vicarage Road.
Christian Kabasele put Watford ahead with a brilliant header in the first-half before Heung-min Son equalised by finishing off a sweeping counter-attack from Tottenham.
Davinson Sanchez was sent off after the break for an elbow on Richarlison, leaving Spurs with the hard task of salvaging a point at Vicarage Road.
Sissoko was introduced in an effort to shore things up in midfield but instead, according to the fans, became a bit of a liability, especially when he had a chance at goal that he completely mis-hit.
Fans were not happy with the Frenchman’s display and took to Twitter to show their feelings.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
9 mens Spurs can still do this while Sissoko chases his own shadow! Come on lads! #COYS
— Jaz Gill (@Jazgill77) December 2, 2017
We're down to 8. Sanchez sent off. Sissoko on! And Dier asleep again #COYS
— Nick Smith (@nicksmith21c) December 2, 2017
Sissoko’s nickname should be heavy touch https://t.co/3JwckxCK5c
— Martin (@MPH1982) December 2, 2017
Bringing on sissoko in any game is bad enough never mind when you are trying to win a game ????
— Seàn McCabe (@Thfcmccabe) December 2, 2017
I’m seriously thinking of giving up following football because i just can’t see what any manager sees in sissoko ?? Runs into people runs ball out under no pressure 2nd touch is a tackle & poch takes son of ??? GOOD GOD ????
— mark nelson (@marknels67) December 2, 2017
Sissoko makes me so angry so often
— SpursUSA (@SpursUSA) December 2, 2017
Sissoko is so awful oh my world
— Luke has 3 GCSEs (@DeletedMyDude) December 2, 2017
If sissoko doesn't go in January I'm not following football anymore
— C B R A T T O N (@CharlieBratton) December 2, 2017
Sissoko is dreadful
— Raphael Harris (@RaphHarris_) December 2, 2017
Senior player Sissoko has made 21 appearances across all competition for Spurs this season and has shown a marked improvement on his debut campaign last time out.
He arrived from Newcastle for £30million in 2016 but failed to show a level of performances that Tottenham needed to compete at the top of the Premier League.
However this campaign he has scored his first and second goals for the North London side.
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