Dele Alli shows his frustration of being replaced by throwing a water bottle over the dugout while Tottenham lose the Champions League final to Liverpool
- Tottenham lost to Liverpool in the Champions League final in Madrid
- Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi scored each half to achieve the win
- Spurs midfielder Dele Alli was replaced in the 82nd minute by Fernando Llorente
- The English international showed his anger by swinging a water bottle
Dele Alli couldn’t hide his anger for being substituted during Tottenham’s 2-0 Champions League final loss to Liverpool.
The midfielder was withdrawn from Fernando Llorente 1-0 after the penalty by Mohamed Salah in the second minute.
When he left, Alli expressed his feelings by swinging a water bottle over the dug-out.
Dele Alli expressed his anger for being substituted in the final loss to Tottenham in the Champions League
The midfielder was caught throwing a bottle of water over the dugout after becoming addicted
A few minutes later, things got worse when Divock Origi fired the decisive second goal to ensure that Alli remains trophy-free since moving to North London in 2015.
The final in Madrid could not have gotten worse for Spurs, who was already two minutes behind when Moussa Sissoko received a handball penalty.
The midfielder had stretched his arm and referee Damir Skomina did not hesitate to point to the spot after 21 seconds.
Both teams struggled to show any smoothness in the stifling heat in the Wanda Metropolitano, and Alli’s anger boiled when he was addicted.
Tottenham threw caution into the wind with Llorente on the field in the last minutes, but it was Liverpool that ended the victors and claimed their sixth European Cup.
The midfielder, like his teammates, struggled during the match to make a significant contribution