CHAOS Tottenham go ten away Premier League matches without a win and the other very worrying stats to emerge from defeat at Brighton

The misery goes on and on for Tottenham Hotspur.

Their latest setback – a resounding 3-0 defeat at Brighton who are tipped by some to get relegated from the Premier League this season.
Tottenham were all over the place at the Amex
It all started dreadfully for Spurs when they fell behind inside three minutes when Neal Maupay gave the Seagulls the lead.

To make matters much worse, the goal came from an error by goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who suffered a horrific injury in the process which reportedly left him needing morphine.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men went 2-0 down when Brighton youngster Aaron Connolly reacted first to substitute keeper Paolo Gazzaniga’s save.
And Connolly put Spurs out of their misery with an accomplished finish 20 minutes into the second half.
Brighton had too much for Spurs
This latest woe for Spurs has also left
Pochettino the favourite to be the next managerial casualty in the Premier League.
There were also a number of very worrying stats to emerge from Spurs’ defeat at the Amex Stadium which you can see below.
Things are so bad that Pochettino has even admitted that he is experiencing his biggest challenge as Spurs boss.
When asked whether this was his biggest challenge in his time at Spurs by talkSPORT’s Sam Matterface, Pochettino said: “At Tottenham? Yes, of course but not in my career as a coach.
“It’s a challenge to change the dynamic. We are in a difficult moment but the most important thing now is to have a clear idea on what to do and knowing that you always need time to change the negative dynamic.
Pochettino’s future at Spurs looks increasingly uncertain
“When you build a good run, a positive run you always need time.”
The only positive Spurs can take right now is that they won’t play for another two weeks because of the international break.
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This is the first time Spurs have lost at Brighton for 36 years, the last coming in April 1983.
Spurs have now gone ten away Premier League games without a win which is their worst run since 2006
No top flight side in England has lost more games than Spurs (19) in 2019 in all competitions
Spurs have lost eleven Premier League matches in 2019
They have only won once in their last six games
They have conceded ten goals in their last two games

Things are so bad that Pochettino has even admitted that he is experiencing his biggest challenge as Spurs boss.
When asked whether this was his biggest challenge in his time at Spurs by talkSPORT’s Sam Matterface, Pochettino said: “At Tottenham? Yes, of course but not in my career as a coach.
“It’s a challenge to change the dynamic. We are in a difficult moment but the most important thing now is to have a clear idea on what to do and knowing that you always need time to change the negative dynamic.
Pochettino’s future at Spurs looks increasingly uncertain
“When you build a good run, a positive run you always need time.”
The only positive Spurs can take right now is that they won’t play for another two weeks because of the international break.





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