Tottenham ‘would’ve been booed off’ if fans were at clash against Chelsea, Jose Mourinho urged to sign ‘premium centre-back’

The transfer window may have closed three days ago but Tottenham already have an area where they need to recruit, according to Anton Ferdinand.
Spurs’ first-half display at home to Chelsea was an excruciating watch for all fans of the north London side.
Chelsea dominated the first half and went in 1-0 up at the break thanks to Jorginho’s penalty.
Jorginho gave Chelsea a deserved leadAFP
But Chelsea got the penalty due to some poor decision-making at the back from SpursAFP
But the way Spurs conceded the goal will infuriate fans with centre-back Eric Dier unnecessarily tripping Timo Werner over in the box.
There’s one consolation Spurs can take from their performance – at least there weren’t any fans inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to witness it.
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand said this is a good thing for Jose Mourinho’s side as they would’ve been booed off at half time.
It was a poor first half by the whole Spurs side but the penalty raises questions about whether they have a good enough defence.
Werner took the ball off Dier in the Tottenham boxGetty Images – Getty
And Dier’s attempts to win it back went all wrongAFP
That question was met with a resounding no by Ferdinand’s brother Anton, who suggested Spurs’ defence is the difference between them being title challengers or not.
On whether Spurs need to sign a ‘premium centre-back’ Ferdinand told Kick Off: “Yeah I would say so, definitely.
“Eric Dier’s played in midfield for most of his career, he wanted to play at centre-back as he’s doing now.
“The inconsistency is why Tottenham were top of the league and now they’re not.”
Can Mourinho’s men turn it around before the end of the game?

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