“We looked like the away team. We played in a difficult atmosphere with almost no support,” said Villas-Boas, after his sides home victory against Hull City. Spurs victory came once again through another Soldado penalty. Spurs looked frustrated through most of the match, with Soldado’s penalty the only real positive they could take from the game.
Even with this lack luster performance, this victory will see Tottenham climb to fourth in the Premier League. With Hull manager Steve Bruce saying that Spurs have the quality to become champions.
If that is to be true, Villas-Boas will want to see much more positive support from the Tottenham fans. “We have a wonderful set of fans but they can do better. We don’t need the negativity of today. We didn’t have the support we should have done. There was much anxiety from the stands, the players had to do it alone. “
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