Tottenham stars Davinson Sanchez and Porro delete social media accounts after vile abuse following Bournemouth loss | The SunApril 16, 2023
TOTTENHAM duo Davinson Sanchez and Pedro Porro have deleted their social media accounts following the defeat to Bournemouth.
The defenders both received vile abuse from fans after the game.
Sanchez was booed at the ground after being substituted in the second half.
The centre-back was only brought on in the first half but lasted less than 22 minutes after his error led to Bournemouth's second goal.
He was the first to delete his Instagram account following abuse from fans.
And Porro, who only arrived at Spurs in January, followed suit – cancelling his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
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Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris slammed fans for booing Sanchez's every touch following his mistake, describing the situation as "sad".
Lloris said: "It started earlier, it's when he came on the pitch. I've never seen this in my career.
“I feel really bad for Davinson. He's a team-mate, he's a friend and he's been fighting for the club for many many years now, and it's just sad.
“The story is sad for the club, for the fans, for the player. It's something you don't want to see in football."
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Sanchez, 26, joined the club from Ajax in 2017 for £42million and has played 203 times for the club, though he has largely been overlooked this term.
The Colombian has done little to appease fans with some shaky performances this season, including a disastrous “thin air” tackle during last month’s FA Cup defeat at Sheffield United.
Against the Cherries Sanchez was caught out immediately as he lost possession just two minutes after coming on.
The centre-back failed to control the ball before Mathias Vina equalised for the visitors in the 38th minute.
Later on, Sanchez lost possession again as Dominic Solanke raced past him in the 51st minute before making it 2-1.
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