Wanyama, Lloris headlines reactions from Chelsea defeat

Wanyama, Lloris headlines reactions from Chelsea defeat

22 Aug, 12:30

A 2-1 defeat saw Victor Wanyama's first start of the season end in a manner the Kenyan could have wished for as Tottenham slumped to Chelsea at Wembley stadium on Sunday 20 August.

The Kenyan being robbed off possession in build up to Marcos Alonso's second goal wrapped a dismal outing for him and Hugo Lloris, with the two featuring immensely in the fans reactions.

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Wanyama's a beast, it's quiet sad some fans are bashing him!Yes he's lacking sharpness and his guile but it's understandable.

Performance a lot better than I feared. Wanyama poor can put down to fitness. Trips IMO can not be 1st choice for the season.


Still can't believe the wanyama and Hugo hate man. Could easily say they were our joint best players last season. Nash

-Wembley wasn't responsible for Wanyama's sloppiness and Hugo's inability to save a tame effort. Margins. We'll be just fine. Marc Bernaram

-Some of you need to remember, Wanyama had a poor game today in amongst a sea of excellent ones, Richard kracknells

-Wanyama so sloppy in possession (again) and that's really weak goalkeeping from Lloris., Andrew Gaffney.

Worst game?

-Usually not one for picking players out, but honestly thought Wanyama had his worst game for us. Individual errors from him & Hugo cost us. Spurs in blood tweeted.

-Have you watched Chelsea's second goal? Wanyama gives the ball away and doesn't even track Alonso's run, not saying he's always shit but was, Jimmy tweeted.

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