Kevin Kampl’s second half winner secured Bayer Leverkusen’s first ever win in England against a sorry Spurs side, extending the hosts’ winless run to six games in all competitions.
Tottenham’s defence was all at sea throughout the match. Eric Dier and Kyle Walker were particularly guilty with a number of defensive mistakes between them.
And Mauricio Pochettino’s side were eventually punished for their inability to defend. Kevin Kampl slotted home just after the hour-mark to hand all three points to the visitors.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the result and performance.
The whole team was awful today. No excuses. Poch needs to sit with them & let them know how shit they were. No determination at all. Poor.
— SourjyaC (@Spursy1882) November 2, 2016
I think Sissoko's performance tonight is one of the worst individual performances I've ever seen in the flesh. Absolute car crash.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) November 2, 2016
No good smashing individuals. This was a collective calamity. Thank goodness an easy game on Sunday to recover confidence 🙂 #TOTLEV
— Uncle Norman Giller (@NormanGiller) November 2, 2016
Performance has been as shite as Newcastle away. Different type of shite admittedly, but as shite.
— tehTrunk (@tehTrunk) November 2, 2016
#thfc Some boos around Wembley at fulltime. As disjointed (bad) as Spurs have been since the early days under Poch. No rhythm, no clear plan
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) November 2, 2016
The sad reality is that this group of players have bottled every game where the result truly mattered
— Billie (@Billie_T) November 2, 2016
I don't so much mind Sissoko being shit, but strolling around like he's Riquelme while he does so is entirely unacceptable.
— Bankrupt (@bankruptspurs) November 2, 2016
Unbeaten league run has masked lots of mediocre performances. Can't even argue we were unlucky tonight. It's been coming.
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) November 2, 2016
No other way describing tonight than schoolboy defending in Europe's elite competition, won't win any game defending like we did.#THFC
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) November 2, 2016
You know that bloke in the school team who you worried about passing to because he couldn't trap a ball? Mousa Sissoko tonight.
— James Dickens (@JamesYahooSport) November 2, 2016
Hate Wembley, baffled by Spurs, missing Kane, in desperate need of a bigger squad, dreading Sunday. #thfc
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) November 2, 2016
Good money spent on useless sossoko and also sell Eriksson
SOSSOKO IS 2BOB WHAT ON EARTH POCH SEE IN HIM TO SPEND 30MIL THANK GOD HE WILL NOT BE AT THE PIGSTY AT THE WEEKEND WHEN YOU LOOK AT ALL POCH SIGNINGS THERE IS ONLY TOBY WHO REALLY IS CLASS WANYAMMA HAS BEEN OK BUT ALWAYS A TACKLE AWAY FROM A RED CARD ALSO SINCE HE ARRIVED HE HAS TAKEN DIERS PLACE AND CHANGED THE WHOLE MIDFIELD WHY TRY AND FIX SOMETHING THATS NOT BROKEN ALL LAST SEASONS TEAM NEEDED WAS ANOTHER PROPER STRIKER OR TOO
Come on – no 1 player, the LOT and starts with MP who had and have desire no passion and no idea of plan B – pure stinking garbage – week after week these headless chickens run around at the sound of money that MP shakes over their heads – one half season wonder of yester year is over. Go find new players! Mark my words again – Spurs will be struggling from 12th place to avoid relegation!! MP will go and another cartoon will come. I admit – Spurs are finally over and will never be a great team.
Why doesn’t MP do the correct thing and resign? It is obvious he has lost the dressing room and is not up to the job.We should have seen this coming and our capitulation at the end of last season should have set off the alarm bells.He has made and is making too many mistakes.The team being humiliated twice in succession at Wembley in front of a record number of Spurs fans is unforgivable.Levy must also carry the blame for giving all these players new improved contracts, not getting Klopp as coach when available; he should get his finger out and get Howe from Bournemouth before someone else does.