In what should have been the opening game at Tottenham’s brand new 62,000 seat stadium, Spurs stuttered to a 2-1 loss against Liverpool at Wembley today.
The defeat continues a run of sub par and tired-looking performances this season, including the three points dropped away to Watford last time out.
We look at five things we learned from the Liverpool game.
Vorm isn't quite up to it
With Hugo Lloris out injured for the next couple of weeks, Michel Vorm has been deputising between the sticks, but the Dutchman looked anything but comfortable today.
Vorm seemed flustered with any balls delivered in the air and fumbled a number of relatively simple saves.
Much more than this, the Tottenham keeper was directly at fault for the first Liverpool goal, coming out for a simple punch, before knocking it behind him, and failing to clear Wijnaldum's header off the line.
Don't be surprised to see Paulo Gazzaniga used in the next match.
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