EFL Cup: Ben Davies Apologizes To Tottenham Fans

EPL: Ben Davies Apologizes To Tottenham Fans

Tottenham's defender, Ben Davies, has tendered an apology to the fans for their recent defeat as he feels the players let them down on Tuesday.

Tottenham was sent out of the Carabao Cup as they were defeated by Colchester in a penalties shootout which ended 4-3. Mauricio Pochettino and all Spurs supporters were disappointed as they expected an easy win. Christian Eriksen and Lucas Moura both missed their penalties.

Davies apologized through an interview with Standard Sports...

It’s horrible - it’s a trophy, a good chance to pick something up and we’ve let it slip at the first hurdle. The manager didn’t need to say anything afterwards. In the dressing room, we were all as disappointed as him. We let him down, we let the club down. We weren’t terrible. We just didn’t seem to click, didn’t put anything together. We have to win these games. We have to show we’re a better side than this. It’s a tough feeling right now. We just have to apologise to the supporters, too. We let them down. They travel with us everywhere and they’re first-class. We need everyone behind us now to help us push on through this difficult time.

This is also the club's first defeat by a club in the lower league since Grimsby in 2005/06. They would be gunning for a win against Southampton on Saturday...

It’s a huge game for us. We need to start getting that winning feeling back because it seems a long way away after losing games like that.

Davies said also talked about what went wrong...

It’s difficult to put your finger on at the moment, there’s a lot of emotions flying around. It hurts a lot. No disrespect to Colchester, but we should be coming here, showing them we’re the better side and winning. We really need to look at ourselves and go again. This is a big learning curve for us. It’s one where we really have to take a long hard look at ourselves and make sure these kind of results don’t happen again.

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