Some Tottenham fans on social media were not happy to see a lack of enthusiasm from Steven Bergiwjn and Matt Doherty when Antonio Conte embraced them at full-time.

Tottenham managed to come back from a goal down to win 2-1 against Leeds on Sunday courtesy of second-half goals from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Sergio Reguilon.

Conte was understandably delighted to win his first home Premier League game as Spurs boss.

The Italian celebrated with the kind of passion one has come to expect of him over the years and he embraced each and every player and staff member after the final whistle.

While most of the players reciprocated Conte’s enthusiasm, some fans picked up on the fact that Berwijn’s and Doherty’s reactions were muted.

Some suggested that the 52-year-old would have picked on both players’ attitudes, with a few even remarking that the winger and the right-back could be on their way out of the club in January.

Spurs Web Opinion

This is a bit of an overreaction from Spurs fans. Not all players are equally expressive in their body language and it is only natural for top-level professionals to feel a little bit disappointed when a new manager leaves them out of the starting eleven.

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