Sheffield United has defeated their opponents Tottenham with 3-1 in Yorkshire.

The match which was played on Thursday had a game that was frustrating for quite a few different reasons. There was refereeing controversy, but there was even more poor defending from Jose Mourinho’s team.

At the end of the day, it just wasn’t a good enough effort, which is something that can be said of quite a few Tottenham matches over the course of this mediocre season.

This is really another embarrassing loss for Tottenham Hotspur, aren’t you glad Spurs are back in your life?

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Sheffield United midfielder John Lundstram is a doubt because of the shoulder injury that forced him off against Arsenal for their clash against Tottenham at 18:00 BST.

In case you missed the match, here is the highlights between Sheffield United vs Tottenham Hot Spurs:

Spurs continued fighting hard and taking the game to Sheffield United for the rest of the period, but they entered the halftime break down a goal.

Despite feeling like the game should be tied, the Lilywhites had to push on in the second half and not let that injustice seep into their heads, but there wasn’t nearly as much intensity as there had been in the first half.

Mourinho brought Erik Lamela on for Steven Bergwijn on 56 minutes to try and change the game.

Lamela pushed forward on a threatening move a few minutes later, but he failed to pick out Kane, who had slid to the side into an open position in the box.

Man of the match goes to Sander Berge, with a goal and an assist.