Supporters of Tottenham Hotspur have taken to social media to slate Spurs’ Dutch attacker Steven Bergwijn for his performance against Arsenal.
During the latest round of Premier League fixtures, Jose Mourinho’s side took on Mikel Arteta’s Gunners at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (per Premier League).
For the North London derby, Bergwijn got the nod from Mourinho to start the match against Arsenal (per Tottenham Hotspur).
That is despite the fact he has started in just three of Spurs’ other 10 top-flight matches so far this season (per WhoScored).
During the match, though, many Tottenham fans aired their frustrations regarding the Dutchman.
So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about Bergwijn’s performance?
bergwijn is worse than lo celso
— I’M COMING FOR YOU ? (@THFC_M4) December 6, 2020
bergwijn looks so off 🙁
— phil (@EricDierr) December 6, 2020
Take off Lo Celso and Bergwijn drop Kane bring in Vinicius and Bale
— Nick #ENICout (@Nick90_THFC) December 6, 2020
The Amsterdam-born winger currently has until the summer of 2025 left on his contract with Spurs and a market value of £25.2m according to Transfermarkt.
Did Steven Bergwijn play badly against Arsenal?
No, he played well
Yes, he wasn't great
Bergwijn had a stinker so far
— Yacin (@ThfcYac) December 6, 2020
Bergwijn needs to come off
— ThfcJose (@thfc_jose) December 6, 2020
Bergwijn get off the pitch man
— George (@thfc_gpk) December 6, 2020
The Dutchman was signed by Tottenham from PSV Eindhoven during the January transfer window earlier this year in a £27m deal (per Transfermarkt).
Prior to the meeting with Arsenal, Bergwijn had made 29 appearances in all competitions for Spurs in which he had bagged three goals and provided four assists.
Still have no clue what bergwijn does….#thfc
— Pipes 71 (@71Pipes) December 6, 2020
Get Bergwijn off
— Ditesh (@SpursorNothing) December 6, 2020
Shortly before the full-time whistle in the clash, many of these Spurs fans got their wish as the winger was replaced by Joe Rodon.
As can be seen in what these Spurs fans had to say, though, many of them were frustrated with the Dutchman.