Miss of the SEASON? Spurs flop Vincent Janssen misses open-goal howler in motion for Mexican aspect Monterrey… regardless of having already scored to assist his aspect to victory
- Vincent Janssen helped his Monterrey aspect to a 3-1 win over Pantoja on Friday
- His miss within the 74th minute was the standout second from the sport although
- The Dutchman was squared the ball two yards from objective, with the keeper lacking
- Janssen in some way fumbled and put the ball vast in an unbeatable howler
Tottenham followers had been by no means more likely to miss Vincent Janssen, however seeing the Dutchman’s astonishing open-goal clanger for Monterrey will convey again bitter reminiscences.
Within the 74th minute of the Mexican aspect’s CONCACAF Champions League last-16 conflict with Atletico Pantoja, Janssen had already scored to place his aspect 5-1 up on mixture.
Then got here an un-missable likelihood to make it 3-1 on the evening. A low cross got here by which beat the diving keeper, leaving Janssen unmarked contained in the six-yard-box. It was virtually too simple.
Vincent Janssen missed an open-goal howler for Monterrey on Friday in opposition to Atletico Pantoja
A low cross got here by which beat the goalkeeper, however the striker in some way hit it together with his heel
The Dutchman’s team-mates may barely consider the open-goal miss from barely two yards
The Dutchman watched it onto his boot however the ball made contact together with his heel, bouncing agonisingly vast. The striker lunged after the ball however it was far too late, and his team-mates had been left surprised.
The clanger shoots into place as a front-runner for miss of the season, and one other second Janssen will want to overlook.
The ahead bounced-back to arrange the ultimate objective of the evening, with Jesus Gallardo scoring to ship the Liga MX aspect via.
Jansson scored the Mexican aspect’s second on the evening, earlier than recovering to help the third
Janssen’s disastrous Premier League transfer noticed him go down as certainly one of Spurs’ worst ever transfers, scoring simply twice within the top-flight.
The £18m signing managed 27 appearances in his debut season as Mauricio Pochettino was left with out star man Harry Kane for lengthy durations of the marketing campaign, however the Dutchman by no means appeared like seizing his golden alternative.
In Mexico he is but to re-find the beautiful kind which bagged him 27 objectives in 34 video games for AZ Alkmaar within the 2015-16 Dutch season, with six in 21 this season.