Tottenham was defeated 3-1 by Manchester United in Sunday’s Premier League clash.
In as much as goals from Fred, Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood offered Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side all three points.
But, for Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, it’s a consequence that will only add to the doom and gloom mood around Tottenham at the current point in time.
These are the three Spurs players who aren’t good enough:
1) Serge Aurier:
Cavani went away from him with ease for United’s second goal of the game, while he gave precious little going forward in attack.
The France international can’t be depended on and Tottenham would be wise to offload him when the transfer window resumes at the end of the campaign.
2) Sergio Reguilon:
The left-back appeared vulnerable throughout the whole match.
Greenwood used his poor preventing on the left flank to score United’s third goal of the match.
And he appeared poor onwards.
Reguilon, on this form, needs dropping so he doesn’t become a main Mourinho weak link.
3) Giovani Lo Celso:
The Argentina international appears lost playing at No 10.
And, against United, he made a little influence as Solskjaer’s side claimed victory.
Lo Celso’s flat show was obvious and Tottenham requires a better playmaker to assist their forwards to flourish, particularly given Harry Kane’s anonymous show up top.
The home side went progressed through Son Heung-Min.