Date: 24th December 2020 at 5:20pm
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These Tottenham fans weren’t too thrilled with what they saw as footage emerged from the Spurs team coach following their win over Stoke City, courtesy of Moussa Sissoko’s Instagram.

Harry Winks was awarded Man of the Match for his efforts in the 3-1 victory, and his teammate Moussa Sissoko was clearly eager to join in the celebrations, only for Winks to politely decline the opportunity to take part in any such shenanigans.

Which hasn’t gone down too well with fans on social media, with some suggesting there may be a bit of dissent within the player ranks and that all wasn’t quite as friendly as the video was perhaps portraying:

Spurs fans react to awkward footage on the team coach

“Um i dont think that’s banter mate I think that’s lowkey passive-aggressive tension”
“Where’s the banter part?”
“Doesn’t look like banter.”
“don’t think its banter for winks, he’s not having a good time @ the club – kinda sad”
“Banter? Hmm! Winks seems a bit peeved and held it down as he was on camera.”
“That ain’t banter. That’s issues”
“Dressing room is GONE”

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Now, it could simply be a case of fans reading too much into it, maybe Winks was just a little bit tired after putting in a shift at the Bet365 Stadium (which as we know is the ultimate proving ground for footballers) and didn’t want to get into anything too raucous.

Interestingly, Winks has been linked with a January transfer window exit, but Jose Mourinho was quick to state that he won’t be leaving.