CHRIS SUTTON: The bust-up between Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min wasn't pretty… wait until you get in dressing room if you want to chin someone

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  • Tottenham beat Everton 1-0 in the Premier League on Monday evening 
  • Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min became embroiled in a furious bust-up
  • READ: Jose Mourinho PRAISES his Spurs players for bust-up against Everton 

Spurs stars Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min were seen clashing at half time on Monday

Spurs stars Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min were seen clashing at half time on Monday

Lloris raced over to confront his team-mate as the north London club were leaving the field

Lloris raced over to confront his team-mate as the north London club were leaving the field

The Frenchman pushed the attacker and team-mates had to intervene to separate the pair

The Frenchman pushed the attacker and Giovani Lo Celso, Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko had to intervene to separate the pair as they walked into the tunnel 

Son and Lloris were seen hugging as the players waited to re-enter the pitch on Monday

Son and Lloris were seen hugging as the players waited to re-enter the pitch on Monday

Lloris and Son are two key figures in the Spurs side as they look to climb the league table

Lloris and Son are two key figures in the Spurs side as they look to climb the league table

That rumble between Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min at half-time was not pretty. It’s not a good look for Spurs. Wait until you get into the dressing room if you want to flatten someone. That’s the way it’s done in football.

Jose Mourinho spoke about Tottenham’s togetherness ahead of this match. But maybe they aren’t as together as we think, judging by what happened between the pair. 

Centre forwards can have a go at goalkeepers, and goalkeepers can have a go at centre forwards. It happens. Emotions run high on the football field.

I was on the bench when David Batty and Graeme Le Saux had a ding dong in 1995 when our Blackburn team played Spartak Moscow. It wasn’t great.

And I was surprised to see the Spurs lads lose it on Monday night and have to be separated by their fellow players.

It wasn’t what you would want to see if you’re a Spurs supporter.

There was no need either — Tottenham edged it in the first half. It ought to have been Everton and Carlo Ancelotti who were frustrated heading for that tunnel.



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