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Vicario’s struggles with corners cause debate at Tottenham



Tottenham’s 2-2 draw towards Everton has induced debate within the Premier League because it noticed Italy worldwide Guglielmo Vicario concede a objective from a nook kick, like within the earlier FA Cup sport towards Manchester Metropolis, however most Spurs followers imagine the ex-Empoli keeper was fouled.

Tottenham had been held to a 2-2 draw by Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday and Vicario made headlines for the unsuitable causes.

Jack Harrison scored an equaliser for Everton from a nook kick at minute 30, but it surely induced controversy as Tottenham gamers and followers appealed for a foul on Vicario.

Spurs didn’t overtly criticise the official, however coach Ange Postecoglou said after the sport: “It simply appears to be basically referees are reluctant to name these now and go away to VAR. In the intervening time, any contact within the field referees appear reluctant to name.”

Vicario had conceded an identical objective in an FA Cup defeat towards Manchester Metropolis within the earlier week, however the Spurs boss didn’t see a problem with the Italian keeper: “It’s disappointing to concede any objective. There have been about 30 set-pieces. It’s stuff you must take care of,” he stated as quoted by the Each day Mail.

Most Tottenham followers really feel Vicario shouldn’t be blamed for Everton’s first objective, as evidenced by feedback on the goalkeeper’s Instagram publish after the sport.

Most supporters from North London backed the 27-year-old writing: “We’re with you” and “Preserve your head up.”

Nevertheless, others really feel the ex-Empoli keeper must be stronger contained in the field. One fan wrote: “Don’t enable the defenders to bully you,” whereas one other stated: “We love you however don’t let gamers come to your entrance throughout set items.”

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Vicario has stored six clear sheets in 25 video games throughout all competitions this season, conceding 36 objectives.