Date: 11th April 2021 at 5:18pm
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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been sharing their criticism for Giovani Lo Celso and his latest performance for the north club during the first half of their Premier League clash against Manchester United. 

Spurs’ previous league fixture saw them pick up just one point away at Newcastle United with a 2-2 draw. 

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Their latest league fixture saw the Lilywhites welcome ’s former side to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium led by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. 

During the first half of the match against the Manchester club, lots of Spurs supporters were not happy with what they were seeing from Lo Celso and his efforts on the pitch, with many flocking to Twitter to share their thoughts on the matter. 

So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about Lo Celso&8217;s performance in the first half against United? 

“10 mins playing with 10 men with Lo Celso offers nothing” 

@RyanC22_

“Lo Celso had literal magic in his boots when he was at Betis, now he can hardly shoot or pass a ball? why always us man”

@thfcAlex14

“Lo Celso started awfully”

@tanguy_time

“I don’t see what Lo Celso brings to the table, he really is a poor man’s Lamela.”

@N17nath

“Lo Celso is such a Spurs player, so soft it’s unreal”

@GlennA1996_

“Another week that Lo Celso is bang average. How many more times is he gonna get away with it???”

@joey_thfc

Spurs signed Lo Celso on a permanent basis back in the 2020 January window for a fee of £27.2 million after the midfield man had originally joined the north London club on a loan deal in the 2019 summer window.

Looking at this group of tweets from these Spurs fans, it’s clear to see that they were not overly impressed by what they saw from the 25-year-old during the first half of the game against United. 

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Moving ahead to the second half, everyone at the north London club will undoubtedly be hoping that the Argentine can put in a better shift before the end of the game than he did in the first half, or else he could find himself on the end of even more criticism, or even out of the team. 

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