“Tottenham level” Worst 100 billion FW… League only ‘1 goal’ → Ceremony warning ‘2 times’

Tottenham lost 3-4 in the 34th round of the 2022-23 season English Premier League (EPL) against Liverpool at Anfield in Liverpool, England on the 1st (Korean time).

From the start of the match, Liverpool dominated Tottenham. Liverpool took the lead two minutes into the first half through Curtis Jones’ goal, and two minutes later, Luis Dias scored the second. In the 14th minute of the first half, Cristian Romero conceded a penalty kick and Mohamed Salah converted it, making the score 3-0 in an instant.

Tottenham didn’t just back down either. In the 39th minute of the first half, Harry Kane’s right-footed shot started the chase, and in the 31st minute of the second half, Son Heung-min broke down the back space and succeeded in scoring, narrowing the score by one point. 바카라사이트

In extra time in the second half, Tottenham eventually turned the game into the starting point. From a set piece, Son Heung-min’s free kick was scored by Richarlison with a header. Richarlison expressed the joy of the dramatic equalizer with a topless ceremony and received a yellow card. However, after the game resumed, Diogo Jota conceded again and Tottenham shed tears.

Richarlison’s ceremony ended up being a hasty decision. Richarlison wore a Tottenham uniform last summer for a transfer fee of £60 million (approximately 100 billion won). Contrary to his expectations, sluggishness and injury were repeated, and he only scored his first league goal against Liverpool.

The problem is that the number of warnings due to the topless ceremony is higher than the number of points scored. Richarlison took off his uniform after scoring in the 6th round against Fulham. At this point, Hisharli Song was cautioned, but his goal was disallowed as he was called offside. There are only two warnings for one goal in the league and two warnings for undressing ceremony.

According to England’s ‘The Sun’, fans mocked Richarlison, saying, “The perfect player for Tottenham” and “It can only be done at Tottenham.”

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