MICHEL VORM has been trolled for taking one of the worst goal kicks ever seen against Watford.
The Tottenham keeper tried to play the ball short to Toby Alderweireld but spooned it out of play to gift the Hornets a goalscoring opportunity.
Both he and Alderweireld simply drop their heads the moment the ball goes out of play.
Admittedly sunlight may have affected Vorm’s vision.
But the Spurs No2 – stepping in for the injured Hugo Lloris – was mocked online for his blunder.
One Watford fan described the gaffe as “the highlight of the game” – despite his side running out 2-1 winners.
Another wrote: “Vorm goal kick. Out for a corner. I’m so sorry what ”
One laughed: “Am I hallucinating or did Vorm just kick it behind for a corner”
Dutch stopper Vorm, 34, signed for Tottenham from Swansea in 2014 but has had to play second fiddle to captain Lloris.
The French World Cup winner was charged with drink-driving last month yet played and kept a clean sheet in Spurs’ 3-0 win at Manchester United just three days later.
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He was ruled out with a thigh injury for yesterday’s defeat – the first time Tottenham have dropped points this season.
Mauricio Pochettino says the club hope to have Lloris, 31, back to face Liverpool on September 15.
Troy Deeney and Craig Cathcart both scored from set pieces after Abdoulaye Doucoure’s unfortunate own-goal handed Watford the lead.
A fuming Pochettino insisted Tottenham must cut out silly mistakes if they are to challenge for the title.
He said: “From two set-pieces we conceded two goals.
“If you want to be a contender and to be on top you cannot concede from this type of action.
“I think it is important to clarify the point, first half we were so relaxed, we dominated the game, but we were not aggressive enough. A lot of unforced mistakes. You need to show more strength, be more aggressive in your defending. You need to show you want to win.
“Of course, in every single Premier League game this situation will happen, with any team, and you need to show more strength defending, because that situation is when you really show that you want to win.
“Of course, I’m disappointed with the result, but the reality is clear, this is why we lost.
“I told everyone after the [Manchester United] game that I wasn’t happy, and again we try to defend long balls and you need to show that strength, personality, character to play football and defend in the moment.
“I think it is clear from the analysis. It is clear and easy to explain.”