Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara was not at all happy watching his old club as they capitulated at home to Chelsea this afternoon.
Spurs had a decent enough first half and went in level at 0-0 at half time, but somehow Nuno Espirito Santo’s side fell apart in the second period as Chelsea took control.
Thiago Silva, N’Golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger got the goals for the Blues, but Tottenham offered very little, with O’Hara far from impressed and promising some stern words for the players when he analyses the game tomorrow.
Taking to Twitter, O’Hara also said it looked like Harry Kane didn’t want to be there, which will not be comforting for Spurs fans to read…
Kane notably failed to turn up for training just before the start of the season, with the Telegraph reporting that he hoped to force a transfer to Manchester City.
Obviously, this didn’t work out, but it may be that Kane still has hard feelings about being denied a move away this summer, with his performances certainly not at their usual high standards so far this term.