Tottenham icon Glenn Hoddle's scathing verdict on Vitesse defeat – 'Fans deserve better'

“Nobody really wanted to run the game out there or stamp their authority on the game, and say to Nuno 1. ‘I am your man I can get in your first team but also go and win this game, an important game for them.

“They weren’t up for that test. I am very, very disappointed.”

Players like Scarlett, born in 2004, can perhaps be forgiven for failing to make the desired impact against Vitesse, but others with more experience also struggled to stamp their authority. 

Dele Alli and Harry Winks have been on the fringes of Premier League action this season, and on the back of this performance, they will have to wait for their next midweek venture before getting another chance to impress. 

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