PSV boss claims Spurs fans aren’t vocally in shape

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PSV Eindhoven manager Mark van Bommel has made a slight dig at Tottenham Hotspur fans following the Champions League clash earlier this week.

Harry Kane’s late goal brace ensured that Tottenham live to fight another day with hopes of progressing to the knockout stages still alive.

PSV are back in Dutch league action this weekend when they make the trip to De Graafschap, where they will play at a stadium that only has a capacity of 12,500.

Whilst, in contrast, there were 46,588 supporters present for the match at Wembley, van Bommel has claimed that there will be a better atmosphere at the Stadion De Vijverberg than what he experienced in midweek.

There was no doubt that PSV silenced the home support when Luuk de Jong headed home after just two minutes.

van Bommel, a Dutch international believes that only the travelling PSV fans tried to make an atmosphere on Tuesday night as he watched his side slip to another defeat in Group B.

He told Voetbalzone (translated into English): “I think there is more noise on De Vijverberg than on Wembley, where only our own supporters were in shape”, 

“The interaction between them and our players is once again great this season.”

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