Former Tottenham striker Peter Crouch believes it’s a worrying time for Spurs fans after their Champions League exit.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg against RB Leipzig in their round-of-16 tie, Tottenham fell to a 3-0 defeat in Germany on Tuesday night to end their hopes in Europe this season.
With a gap to bridge in the Premier League coupled with their exit from the FA Cup last week, the pressure is building on Jose Mourinho and his players to salvage something from their campaign.
As seen in the video below, Crouch, Rio Ferdinand and Glenn Hoddle all painted a negative picture of the current situation for Spurs, with the general consensus being that there is real concern.
While Ferdinand focused on the gap in quality between the two sides across both legs, Hoddle questioned whether or not Mourinho has in fact experienced such a disastrous run of form previously as Spurs have now gone six games without a win across all competitions.
As for Crouch, he noted: “It’s worrying for the fans. Their season could peter out.”
They’ll have to pick themselves up quickly with a crunch encounter with Manchester United ahead this weekend, but after their memorable European run last season, there will be no such repeat this time around.