Monday Sep 25, 2023

‘X-Man’ Dyer, conceded points + terrible header mistake as a walk defense… “It is harmful on both sides of the offense and defense”

Eric Dyer (29, Tottenham) once again played the worst and evoked a sigh.

Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 with Manchester United in the 33rd round of the Premier League in the 2022-2023 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 28th at 4:15 am (Korean time).

Tottenham, who broke a two-game losing streak, returned to 5th place with 54 points (16 wins, 6 draws, 11 losses), continuing their hopes of advancing to the UEFA Champions League. Manchester United, who played two less games, kept fourth place with 60 points (18 wins, 6 draws, 7 losses).

Tottenham were dragged away by conceding two goals in the first half alone. Jadon Sancho scored the opening goal in the 6th minute of the game, and Marcus Rashford scored an additional goal in the 44th minute of the first half. Following Bournemouth (2-3) and Newcastle (1-6), it seemed helplessly falling into a three-game losing streak.

The counterattack began in the second half. In the 10th minute of the second half, Pedro Poro kicked off the pursuit by cutting the net with an exquisite out-front volley. In the 34th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min calmly finished Harry Kane’s low cross from the right and equalized. In the end, Tottenham earned one point with a 2-2 draw.

Although he avoided defeat, Dyer’s sluggishness was painful. In the second run, he let Rashford too free and allowed himself a run. It was a situation where only one Rashford needed to be blocked, but Dyer kept his distance and just followed him and opened the side. After gaining space, Rashford immediately scored with a sharp left-footed shot.안전놀이터

It was the worst in defense as well as offense. Dyer had a no-mark header opportunity in front of the goal in the 23rd minute of the second half. It was a perfect chance that no one blocked, but his shot didn’t even go into the goal. The Tottenham bench, who missed the best opportunity throughout the match, held his head.

Britain’s ‘BBC’, which was broadcasting the game, also said, “Ivan Perisic crosses, Dyer has all the space he needs. There is no one nearby. But he was merciful in the scoring opportunity … A terrible mistake. Terrible. ” he groaned.

Naturally, criticism poured in. England’s ‘Football London’ said: “(Dyer) made it easy for Rashford to score an extra goal. He got all the time and space to shoot. He had to make up for a mistake with a free header in the second half, but the shot went wide on goal. It was a big miss,” and ’90min’ also pointed out that “it was harmful to both offense and defense.” 

Both media gave Dyer a 4, the lowest rating for the game. A diamond that stood out in a bad way on both sides of offense and defense. He was literally the worst player of the day.


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