Tottenham missed a chance to win because of Eric Dyer (Tottenham)’s poor header shot.
On the 28th (Korean time), the 2022-23 season Premier League round 33 Tottenham-Manchester United match was held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. Dier, who came out in the 23rd minute of the second half when Tottenham was chasing 1-2, took a chance to score.
At that time, Tottenham conceded goals to Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford to finish the first half 0-2. Early in the second half, Pedro Poro’s comeback goal broke out. Immediately, Tottenham gained momentum and aimed for a turnaround. Attackers such as Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Richarlison hit the Manchester United goal.
In the 23rd minute of the second half, Ivan Perisic crossed from the left flank. The Manchester United defenders missed Dyer. Dyer jumped high in a free situation and attempted a header shot. However, Dyer’s head hit the ball wide of the Manchester United goal.
Immediately, the broadcast cameras turned to acting Tottenham manager Ryan Mason. Acting Mason dropped to his knees and hung his head in frustration. Dyer also wrapped his arms around his mummy as if regretting his own pointless shooting.
The British media’Daily Star’ conveyed the reaction of local Tottenham fans who watched the scene. “This is the worst mistake Dyer has ever made,” he sighed, saying, “The reaction of acting Mason will be the reaction of all Tottenham fans.” 토토사이트
Another said, “Dyer did Dyer. What did he expect?” he mocked for not expecting much from Dyer in the first place. Dyer digested 90 minutes full time that day. Tottenham drew 2-2 with Manchester United thanks to Son Heung-min’s equalizer in the 34th minute of the second half.
Tottenham is currently 5th in the standings. He accumulated 54 points in 33 matches. It is 6 points lower than 4th place Manchester United (60 points) even after playing two more games. Right below, 6th place Aston Villa (54 points) and 7th place Liverpool (53 points) are coming together. Dyer’s header shot is even more disappointing.