sport news Eric Dier blasts the 'unfair narrative' of himself this season at Tottenham

Eric Dier blasts the 'unfair narrative' of himself this season and says 'one mistake is talked about like it's four or five' - with Tottenham defender back in favour after Jose Mourinho's sacking Eric Dier and Tottenham have had an underwhelming season that promised more Dier has made individual errors that have cost Spurs at time this campaign He has started Spurs' last three games since Ryan Mason came in as interim boss

By Matt Barlow for MailOnline

Published: 12:02 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 12:03 BST, 4 May 2021

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Eric Dier has hit back at criticism of his form, claiming he has been the victim of an 'unfair narrative' this season, with his mistakes amplified and blamed for Tottenham's failings.

He did not mention Jose Mourinho by name but the former Spurs boss was clearly on his mind as he reflected on a campaign that promised so much and has fizzled into disappointment.

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'At times, I feel like it's a bit unfair,' said Dier, taking time to select his words carefully. 'Sometimes I've made a mistake or something has led to a goal and one mistake is talked about like it's four or five. I've felt that at times. Just the narrative I see that is painted of me.

Tottenham's Eric Dier has slammed the 'unfair criticism' he has received for this term's displays

Tottenham's Eric Dier has slammed the 'unfair criticism' he has received for this term's displays

Dier believes an error on his part is magnified with Spurs overall having a disappointing season

Dier believes an error on his part is magnified with Spurs overall having a disappointing season

'It doesn't really bother me too much. It's football. I just need to worry about myself and keep trying to do better. I'm my own biggest critic and I know where I can improve and when I can improve.

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