’60 Billion’ Sanchez, automatic door defense → 23 minutes run and re-substitution… Fans boo baptism

Fans who saw Dabinson Sanchez’s terrible performance booed him when he was substituted.

Tottenham Hotspur lost 2-3 to Bournemouth in the 31st round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 15th at 11:00 pm (Korean time). Tottenham, who failed to score points, maintained a close 5th place (53 points).

On this day, Tottenham operated a 3-4-3 formation. Son Heung-min,메이저놀이터 Harry Kane, and Dejan Kulusevski lined up in the front line, while Ivan Perisic, Oliver Skip, Pierre-Emile Hoivier, and Pedro Foro played as midfielders. The back three was paired with Clement Lenglet, Eric Dyer and Christian Romero, with Hugo Lloris in goal. 

The opening goal belonged to Tottenham. Tottenham took the lead in the 14th minute when Son Heung-min, who received a cutback from Perisic, scored with a left-footed shot. However, bad news occurred in the 35th minute of the first half. Langle went down with an injury, and Sanchez was rushed in. Tottenham conceded an equalizer in a cluttered atmosphere.

Then, in the 6th minute of the second half, he even allowed a come-from-behind goal. Sanchez’s play in the two conceded scenes was very disappointing. Immediately after the replacement, Sanchez, who showed an unstable ball touch as if his body was less relaxed, gave a pass to Poro, which was followed by Bournemouth’s counterattack. It also failed to stop the infiltrating binya.

Even in a reverse goal situation, Tavanier’s breakthrough was easily allowed. In the end, acting manager Christian Stellini called Sanchez back when the score was 1-2. In the 13th minute of the second half, Sanchez was removed and striker Arnaut Danjuma was put in. Tottenham revived the spark of hope with Danjuma’s equalizer, but failed to bring victory as he conceded a goal again in extra time in the second half.

According to the British ‘Express’, fans who saw Sanchez’s performance were outraged and booed when he was substituted out. Sanchez is a 1996-born defender who joined Tottenham in the summer of 2017. At the time, he was a resource that was expected enough to record a transfer fee of 42 million euros (approximately 60.4 billion won), but looking at his progress so far, only regrets remain. 

Sanchez, who failed to show growth as expected, was in a state of being a candidate this season. Prior to this game, he had played 14 league games, but had only been selected six times. His last league start came in late October. Sanchez, who was put back into the league game about two weeks after the match against Everton in early April, tasted the humiliation of being replaced after playing only 23 minutes.

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