Danny Mills reckons Serge Aurier wasn’t being mature when he stormed out of the Tottenham Stadium following his half time substitution against Liverpool.
The Reds created the first goal from his position, and Jose Mourinho reacted by replacing him at halftime.
The former PSG man wasn’t happy and reacted angrily before leaving the stadium.
He is now fighting for his Tottenham career, according to the Daily Mail, but Mills thinks he will just need to return to training and show what he can do to earn a place back in the team.
The former Premier League star admits that it was wrong of him to have left his teammates behind.
When you have a bad game and people tell you so, you have to accept it and do better, reckons Mills.
He adds that the Ivorian can earn his place in the team again if he returns, knuckles down, and accepts that he did wrong.
Mills said to Football Insider: “If he’s left then it’s childish, it’s a little bit pathetic. Grow up.
“You had a bad game, you made mistakes, accept it. The world has seen it so just take it on the chin and move on.
“It depends how Aurier comes back into training when they’re back. If he comes back in with a good attitude and says ‘Right OK, I shouldn’t have done that’ and he knuckles down and works hard it is fine. Managers will accept that.
“If he’s left the stadium early he might get a little fine or something or some sort of discipline but nothing too grand I wouldn’t have thought.
“It shouldn’t be too much of a problem.”