Dele Alli (26-Tottenham) has mocked his critics.
He switched from Everton to Tottenham in the summer transfer window. Spurs hoped that his ability to play both centrally and on the flanks would take some of the pressure off of Son Heung-min and Harry Kane. They spent £60 million on him, the second highest transfer fee in the club’s history.
But his first season was a complete failure. He struggled to adapt to Tottenham’s style of play. What’s more, Spurs fans became increasingly worried as the number of games he missed due to injury continued to rise.
His performances have been disastrous. In 27 appearances in the English Premier League (EPL), he scored just one goal. Including his two goals in the UEFA Champions League (UCL), he scored just three goals for the entire season. It was clearly a poor performance considering his transfer fee.
Unsurprisingly, criticism of the player has grown. “He scored four goals, three of which were offside and he took his top off four times,” Michael Antonio (West Ham) mocked, according to the Mirror. Callum Wilson (Newcastle) joined in, saying, “He’s got four yellow cards.”메이저사이트
According to the outlet, Hyssop hit back at the taunts in the comments. “How many goals have you two scored in the World Cup?” he wrote, showing his discomfort.
He played for Brazil at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. He scored two goals in the group stage against Serbia and another in the round of 16 against South Korea, totaling three goals. This is how he responded to the taunts directed at him.