Tottenham got away with one at the weekend.
Mauricio Pochettino's side hosted winless Watford, who are rock-bottom of the Premier League. So, an easy three points for the Champions League chasing side, right?
Wrong. Spurs fell behind early on to a goal from Abdoulaye Doucoure and they stayed 1-0 down for the next 80 minutes.
Dele Alli's controversial late goal spared the blushes, as he tapped in after rounding the goalkeeper.
'No goal' actually flashed up on the screens as VAR reviewed it for a possible handball, but that was only a mistake and it did stand.
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After another poor performance, most Spurs fans will be content with the one point they picked up - because they could have easily come away with nothing.
There was a lot of frustration in the stands on Saturday and that's understandable, but the home supporters weren't the only ones fuming with Watford's early goal.
Cameras caught the reaction of Son Heung-min, who was sitting on the bench when the Hornets scored. His reaction pretty much summed up how every Spurs fan is feeling right now, check it out:
Son can't believe his side fall behind and even appears to say 'f****** hell' as he throws his arms up before sinking into his seat.
There were probably 55,000 other people around him doing the exact same thing.
But this disappointing Spurs result is just the latest we've seen this season.
So far, Pochettino's side have lost to Newcastle, Brighton and Leicester City in the Premier League, which leaves them in seventh place, 13 points behind leaders Liverpool.
The north London side have been even worse in the Champions League and suffered a humiliating 7-2 defeat at home to Bayern Munich.
They face Crvena Zvezda on Tuesday night - it's their easiest group stage game on paper. So anything less than a win will be unacceptable.News Now - Sport News