Tottenham fans say ‘season’s over’ just 23mins into FIRST friendly after conceding two ‘horrible’ goals against West Ham

TOTTENHAM’S first pre-season friendly under new manager Ange Postecoglou got off to a rough start and fans are already lashing out.

Spurs are taking on West Ham at Optus Stadium in Australia and found themselves conceding two goals within just five minutes after some “horrible” defending.

West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

Danny Ings

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West Ham 2-0 Tottenham

Divin Mubama

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Tottenham’s first pre-season friendly under Ange Postecoglou got off to a rough startRex

West Ham scored two goals within just five minutes against TottenhamGetty

Tottenham superstar Harry Kane started under Ange PostecoglouRex

Danny Ings opened the scoring after just 18 minutes when he picked up a cross from Jarrod Bowen and beat Sergio Reguilon far too easily in the air to defeat new goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario.

David Moyes’ Europa Conference League winners doubled their lead in the 23rd minute with 18-year-old ace Divin Mubama’s header after Pedro Porro failed to head Emerson Palmieri’s cross away.

Tottenham fans absolutely loathed what they saw in the first half and some of them even went as far as to claim the “season’s over” already.

One fan tweeted: “New season. Same Tottenham.”

Another commented: “Season over before it even started.”

A third posted: “Too early to say the season is over?”

This fan said: “Vicario is shocking lads i can’t do this for a season.”

And that one wrote: “Harry Kane should wise up and send his transfer request.”


Postecoglou started Harry Kane in his line-up amid intense links with Bayern Munich.

The Australian tactician also handed starts to summer signings James Maddison, who had a bizarre shirt number, and Manor Solomon along with Vicario.

West Ham boss Moyes, on the other hand, opted for 19-year-old Freddie Potts to fill in for former captain Declan Rice in midfield after his £105million move to Arsenal.

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