Jamie O’Hara has insisted that there were no positives for Tottenham Hotspur to take from their defeat at West Ham United yesterday afternoon.
The former Spurs midfielder questioned whether the players actually understand what it means to the supporters for the club to be winning matches against other clubs from London, having now fallen to their fourth defeat at the hands of a team based in the capital this season.
Nuno Espírito Santo’s side have tasted defeat against Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham United with a very concerning 10-1 aggregate scoreline.
O’Hara highlighted Tottenham’s inability to register a shot on target in the second half as one of his main reasons why he cannot look on the positive side following the 1-0 defeat at the London Stadium.
Michail Antonio scored the matchwinner on 72 minutes when he reacted quicker than Harry Kane, who was marking the Hammers forward to prod past Hugo Lloris from a corner kick.
O’Hara believes that the lack of a natural number ten who can by the club’s creator is a massive problem and also laid some blame on Tanguy Ndombele by claiming that the Frenchman is not good enough given the fact that he can go missing in matches for considerable periods.
Here’s what the 35-year-old had to say during his appearance on this morning’s talkSPORT breakfast show.
🤦 “There are no positives! It’s a derby, the 4th team we’ve lost to in London.”
😤 “Do these players realise what it means to #THFC fans winning derbies?”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 25, 2021
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