Eric Dier seemed to be concerned in a livid altercation with a gaggle of Tottenham followers following his aspect’s penalty shootout to defeat to Norwich.
Spurs’ season took yet one more flip for the more serious after the Canaries battled again from a purpose down to assert an excellent FA Cup fifth spherical victory in north London.
Nevertheless, shortly after the sport there have been some ugly scenes involving England midfielder Dier, with quite a few movies circulating on social media displaying him clamber into the stands to confront some supporters.
You possibly can take a look at a clip of the incident beneath…
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Following the match, Spurs boss Jose Mourinho mentioned Dier’s indignant response was as a result of a supporter had insulted his brother.
The Portuguese mentioned: “I don’t assume that belongs to the sport.
“The sport was a improbable illustration of the FA Cup, however I can not run away from the query.
“I feel Eric Dier did what we as professionals can not do however when somebody insults you and your loved ones is concerned, particularly your younger brother.”
He added: “This particular person insulted Eric, the youthful brother was not proud of the scenario and Eric was not comfortable. We as professionals can not do what he did.”
The fifth spherical match had ended 1-1 after 120 minutes as Jan Vertonghen’s early header was cancelled out by Josip Drmic, who capitalised on a deadly error by Spurs goalkeeper Michel Vorm, who was taking part in his first recreation in 18 months.
And it was Tim Krul who was the hero for the guests, saving from Troy Parrott and Gedson Fernandes to e book his aspect a primary FA Cup quarter-final since 1992.
Daniel Farke’s males will now face Derby or Manchester United in a welcome distraction from their relegation struggle.