Tim Sherwood Left Red Skinned After His Prediction Goes Haywire: The Tottenham manager was left biting his words after Liverpool raced into a 2-1 lead
How Tim Sherwood continues to be employed as an expert of the game is something which has left many scratching their heads. Ever since being asked to air his views on the game, his clear prejudice for Tottenham and the players he managed has reeked.
Tim Sherwood has been more interested in promoting himself and his time as Tottenham’s manager rather than providing an in-depth analysis on the nitty gritties of the game. Its resulted in his making some bemusing comments across the last couple of years, ones all top eagerly highlighted by ardent supporters of the game.
Tim Sherwood Left Red Skinned After His Prediction Goes Haywire
And he was at it again during Liverpool and Tottenham’s showdown on Wednesday. Speaking right before Andrew Robertson took a corner, Tim Sherwood went onto claim how he was least perturbed about the corner with Tottenham set to get to the ball first owing to their height.
He was left looking silly as a goose midway through his comments as Roberto Firmino eased his way off Toby Alderweireld to thump home a scorching header. It saw Liverpool race into a 2-1 lead on the day, one enough to give the home side the three points from the encounter.
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The goal left Tim Sherwood embarrassed as his counterparts broke into fits of laughter around him. This isn’t the first time he’s become the subject of ridicule though with his inept acumen of the game coming to the fore on a multitude of occasions previously as well.
The topsy-turvy clash which finally nestled Liverpool’s way meanwhile saw Liverpool displace Tottenham from top spot. Both the clubs who were only kept apart by goal difference previously now see daylight between them with Liverpool holding a three point atop of the points tally.
With Leicester City slipping to a 2-0 defeat on the day as well, Liverpool are now clearly outright favourites for the glistening title.