Tottenham are struggling in the Premier League!

Surely Spurs are not putting all their eggs in the basket of the Champions League this season?!

It is starting to feel that way right now – whilst Spurs have beaten Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in recent weeks, the bread and butter of the Premier League is becoming a real struggle.

Since the international break, Spurs have lost at Arsenal, where they were very poor in the north London derby.

And, that game was followed up by more Wembley woes against “smaller sides” as Tottenham were held to a 1-1 draw by West Brom on Saturday.

Jamie Vardy & Riyad Mahrez score great goals

The first half for Tottenham at Leicester was a disaster.

Marc Albrighton chipped over the Spurs defence and Jamie Vardy produced an exquisite finish for 1-0 Leicester.

Then came the Spurs comeback. Both Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli missed guilt-edged chances and Mauricio Pochettino’s side were made to pay.

On the stroke of half-time, Tottenham’s hopes of getting anything from the King Power were left in tatters.

Riyad Mahrez cut inside Jan Vertonghen and curled a glorious effort past Hugo Lloris.

What is going wrong at Spurs?

Tottenham have been lavished with praise since beating Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund (twice).

Yet there is a lot that isn’t right at Tottenham, not least the fact that they are playing their home matches at Wembley.

Where many sides (e.g. Swansea, Burnley and West Brom) are raising their…

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