Sunday afternoon saw Tottenham Hotspur lose 2-1 to West Ham United on Sunday afternoon, to leave Jose Mourinho’s side ninth in the table and nine points away from the Champions League places.

The Hammers currently occupy fourth place, with David Moyes receiving deserved plaudits for how their form has been in recent weeks.

Pressure is on at Spurs, and Sergio Reguilon lost his tempter towards the end of the second half. Having been shown a yellow card by referee Craig Pawson, he reacted loudly in Spanish… and it’s making the news across his home country’s media.

Marca, AS and all the usual outlets are covering his verbal outburst, with it being stated by DAZN Spain that the Tottenham player shouted abuse at Pawson at the top of his voice.

We’ll save you from the exact words, but let’s say, one of the insults wasn’t a very nice way of referring to someone’s heritage.

As far as the Spanish media is concerned, the shouts, albeit loud, weren’t understood by the officials, and that helped Reguilon avoid any further punishment.