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This one has to be Spurs' continued inability to close matches.
Over the start of the season, Tottenham have wasted five points in the final ten minutes of matches. The number would be concerning had it been over the course of ten matches, let alone three.
Spurs supporters should certainly wait to condemn their new manager for these failures, but Villas-Boas must sort this out sooner rather than later.
The other obvious ugly moment from the match was Tom Huddlestone's contribution and subsequent red card.
I can understand AVB's decision to bring Huddlestone on: It showed confidence in him after deals to send him away failed. However, the move just didn't work.
Huddlestone didn't do much to help kill off the match and definitely put his side in danger with his sendoff.
Of course, the red card did seem quite harsh on Huddlestone, but he still opened himself up to the referee's discretion with his recklessness. Plus, he just didn't do much else to persuade me to give him the benefit of the doubt.
To sum up the match, AVB has some work ahead of him.
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