‘Annoyed’: Gary Neville says 26-year-old Tottenham player was really angry with Pedro Porro

After a brief exchange in the second half of today’s match, Gary Neville reports Richarlison was not pleased with Pedro Porro, his Tottenham Hotspur teammate.


Rasmus Hojlund opened the score for Tottenham against Manchester United after three minutes, setting the team up for an awful start.

After Pedro Porro’s exquisite delivery, Richarlison headed his header into the far corner to give Spurs a response just fifteen minutes later. Just before the half, Marcus Rashford scored a goal against the flow of play to give United the lead.

Rodrigo Bentancur’s goal at the beginning of the second half gave Ange Postecoglou’s team a reward for their dominance for much of the game.Pedro Porro missed one of Spurs’ several good opportunities in the second half.

With plenty of space behind United’s midfield, Bentancur found Porro, and Tottenham skillfully played the ball out from the back. However, the Spaniard misplayed his through pass to Rickardson, allowing him to score.

While monitoring the match for Sky Sports, Gary Neville asserted that Richarlison wasn’t content with his Spurs teammate.

Richarlison ‘annoyed’ with Porro during United vs Tottenham clash

Neville, who was co-commentating the game on Sky Sports, noticed Richarlison’s response to Porro’s pass.

He remarked, “He’ll be so disappointed, especially if he’s irritated with Porro, Richarlison, and his passing has been fantastic.” It was a wise decision.

Today, Porro got his second assist of the match as he put up Richarlison for Tottenham’s first goal.On Sunday, though, his performance in pivotal moments fell short of his often outstanding standards.

Richarlison, for his part, led the Spurs line brilliantly tonight and scored another goal.

Spurs will be depending on the 26-year-old, who has been playing brilliantly lately, to step up while Heung-Min Son is in the Asian Cup.


‘All the time’: Dejan Kulusevski says 21-year-old Tottenham player always gets roasted by his teammates

Pepe Matar Sarr of Tottenham Hotspur has been highlighted by Dejan Kulusevski as the guy who consistently receives criticism from his teammates.

In comparison to last year, Spurs appear to be a very different team, both on and off the field. With the arrival of Ange Postecoglou, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, which is a really positive sign. Sarr is one of those athletes who never seems to stop grinning.

Dejan Kulusevski claims that at Tottenham, Pape Matar Sarr is consistently ridiculed.

In the summer of 2021, Tottenham signed Pape Matar Sarr from Metz.

Before coming to Spurs 18 months ago, the young player played that season on loan in France. There weren’t many expectations for him this term, since he only started five games in the previous campaign.

But during the preseason, Ange Postecoglou noticed something in Sare that truly impressed him, and this season, he has grown to be a vital part of the team.

The 21-year-old has not only excelled on the field, but his colleagues also adore him off it, to the point that they reportedly make fun of him all the time behind closed doors.

When asked which Tottenham player gets “roasted” the most in their group conversation, Dejan Kulusevski replied to BBC Sport, “Emerson and Pape Sarr.”

“Everyone is constantly making jokes about Pape Sarr. Pape is just cute. He’s just great man, full of smiles and beautiful qualities. Everyone enjoys his vigor.

Pape Sarr has been amazing this season

This season, Pape Matar Sarr has truly been a breath of fresh air at Tottenham.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has spent the majority of this season on the bench thanks to the 21-year-old. The Dane just has no way of going back now that he has been so excellent.

Both his colleagues and the Tottenham community adore Sarr just the way he is. But he still has so much more to give on the field. He has already been referred to as a “top player” by Postecoglou.

The young player has nearly everything going for him, and with Postecoglou’s faith in him, he might emerge in a few years as one of the Premier League’s top midfield players.

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