Ex-Spurs chairman reveals ‘pathetic’ reality when watching Burnley game

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur came from behind to rescue a point away to Burnley in the Premier League today, finally ending their run of four successive defeats in all competitions.

The run started with a 1-0 loss at home to RB Leipzig in the Champions League, before Spurs suffered back-to-back defeats to Chelsea and Wolves in the Premier League. The Lilywhites were also defeated on penalties by Norwich City in the FA Cup this week.

Spurs started the match poorly at Turf Moor this evening, with Burnley capitalising on a goalkeeping error from Hugo Lloris to tap home via Chris Wood in the first half.

The home side continued to dominate the game for the rest of the opening 45, before Lo Celso came on and changed the match for Spurs in the second half.

Erik Lamela eventually won a penalty that was dispatched cooly by Dele Alli, but one man who couldn’t bring himself to watch the spot-kick was ex-chairman Lord Alan Sugar.

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