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Guglielmo Vicario and Tottenham fire back at Callum Wilson comments after Newcastle triumph

Guglielmo Vicario and Tottenham fire back at Callum Wilson comments after Newcastle triumph

Both Tottenham Hotspur and their goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario have fired back at comments made by Newcastle United forward Callum Wilson, following their 4-0 win on Sunday.

Two Goals from Richarlison and strikes from Destiny Udogie and Son Heung-min made sure of the victory for the Lilywhites, as Ange Postecoglou’s men responded well following their midweek disappointment against West Ham.

During the game, Wilson and Vicario seemed to have words a number of times, and following the full-time whistle at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, goalkeeper Vicario could be seen clashing with Wilson. Having to be

ripped apart by teammates, Following several collisions during the match, Wilson criticized Wilson’s actions and said that the summer signing for Spurs was “pulling faces” during the match.

He said to Sky Sports, “There’s a way to win.” “During Pickford’s rambling during Newcastle’s defeat at Everton, we witnessed it. There was a lack of respect and the goalie was pulling faces. We move on, I’ve said my piece, and we’re grown men.”

Since then, the Italian goalie has used social media to respond to the Newcastle forward. The 27-year-old explained in an Instagram post that good sportsmanship is a quality that must be acquired.

Spurs goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario took to Instagram to vent his frustrations

”Respect is given, to everyone that respects me,” wrote the Lilywhites goalkeeper. It’s not the first time Wilson himself has been accused of a lack of respect given his choice words regarding Spurs striker Richarlison over the last 12 months.

When talking about the Brazilian forward’s goalless streak for Spurs in front of goal, Antonio and Wilson, on The Footballer’s Football Podcast, a few months back, could hardly contain their laughter. Antonio said, “He’s scored four times this season.” “Three of the times he’s been offside [and] he’s taken his top off four times this season.” Wilson continued: “He’s got four yellows – he’s almost on a suspension.”

At the time, Richarlison did respond in kind. He posted a comment on TikTok after watching the video, asking, “How many goals do you both have in the World Cup?” and including an emoji of an embarrassed face.

And the striker and Spurs seem to have had the last laugh now, with Tottenham’s official X (formerly Twitter) account also chose to poke fun at in the aftermath

Before the match against Eddie Howe’s team, Spurs will be hoping that the victory can serve as a springboard to restart their season after going five games without winning. The team led by Ange Postecoglou is currently in fifth place in the standings, three points behind fourth-place Manchester City and seven behind leaders Liverpool.

Before Christmas, Tottenham’s next games are on the road against Nottingham Forest and the resurgent Everton. The year ends with a trip to Brighton on the road and a home game against Bournemouth.

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