- Eric Dier on Tuesday night, September 29, ran into the toilet from the pitch
- This was when his team Tottenham were playing against Chelsea in EFL Cup
- Tottenham went on to win the encounter against Chelsea 5-4 on penalties
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Tottenham superstar Eric Dier was on Tuesday night, September 29, spotted running down the Spurs' tunnel during the Carabao Cup encounter against Premier League rivals Chelsea.
This incident happened 15 minutes to the end of the encounter with Tottenham still trailing Chelsea 1-0 in a tough duel between these two sides.
The England international appeared to have been pressed and had to run out of the pitch in which man thought that he was subbed in the encounter.
Spurs' manager Jose Mourinho run after Eric Dier to the dressing room to actually confirmed what was going on with his player.
Moments later, Eric Dier appeared from the tunnel to continue the game which later ended 1-1 and Spurs went on to win the tie 5-4 on penalties.
"The problem is this was not a pee. What happened to Eric Dier is not normal. I have to praise him in a special way.
"It should be forbidden for a player to play two games in 48 hours at this level. What he did is not human to do.
"He had to go when he ran off as he had no chance,'' Jose Mourinho explained according to the report on UK Sun.
Eric Dier has been playing for Tottenham since the year 2014 and was among the Spurs' team that reached the final of last two season's Champions League losing against Liverpool.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly shifted their focus to landing Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke before the transfer window closes.
The North Londoners confirmed that their influential winger, Son Heung-min picked up a hamstring injury in their 1-1 draw against Newcastle United last weekend.
This has now reduced Jose Mourinho's options upfront with a pile of matches to be played across competitions this campaign.
Mourinho is also concerned with Harry Kane's fitness having already made five appearances - scoring three goals in the process.
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