MAURICIO POCHETTINO said yesterday he did not want to Tottenham’s week to become a drama.Well, at the Amex today it turned into a crisis.2 Mauricio Pochettino is overseeing a full-blown crisis at SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyA ruddy full-blown one.A 3-0 drubbing at lowly Brighton coming hard on the heels on Tuesday’s 7-2 battering at home by Bayern Munich, means the Spurs boss is under the type of pressure he has not experienced since the start of his first season in charge in 2014.Back then he had the fans on his back after four games without a win.Now it is even worse.This loss means the North Londoners have now lost SEVENTEEN matches in 2019 – more than any other Premier League club, including the Seagulls.Pochettino’s stars never recovered from Hugo Lloris’ howler and horrific injuy which left them 1-0 down and without their keeper and captain – probably for the rest of the season – after just 150 seconds.Yes his broken elbow was a bitter blow, but just like they did on Tuesday, his team-mates showed they have no backbone.The dramatic comebacks and never-say-die attitude that were the hallmarks of last season’s run to the Champions League final have been erased by a poor start to the season which has seen the return of their traditional soft underbelly. The Lilywhites are once again lily-livered.And to think Tottenham fans were worried about boss Poch leaving them for Real Madrid.At this rate, they will be offering to drive him there themselves.2 Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris in agony as he suffers horror elbow injury at Brighton
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