Tottenham Hotspur fell to their second straight Premier League defeat yesterday against Leicester City in North London.
However sluggish and disappointing the Lilywhites were in the opening 30 minutes against the Foxes, it looked as though they were set to finish the first half strong and get in at 0-0.
Unfortunately, with seconds left on the clock and Spurs seemingly far from danger, Serge Aurier managed to gift Leicester a goal from nothing.
As Fofana controlled the ball on the edge of the box with his back to goal, about to lay it off to a teammate, Aurier decided to come crashing in from behind, a stonewall spot-kick.
Jamie Vardy dispatched the penalty with ease and Leicester went on to control the game with relative comfort, adding a second goal before the final whistle was blown.
Tottenham legend, Micky Hazard took to Twitter to hit out at Aurier for his defending and thought process, claiming that he was disappointed with the defeat.
What a shocking penalty to give away, he’s going nowhere other than away from goal. What was he thinking, shocking thought process, gutted with that COYS
— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) December 20, 2020
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