Watch pop star Joe Jonas’ woeful penalty while wearing full Spurs kit at Tottenham Stadium before Man City clash

Posted Monday, February 03, 2020 by

Watch pop star Joe Jonas’ woeful penalty while wearing full Spurs kit at Tottenham Stadium before Man City clash

TOTTENHAM and Manchester City fans were kept entertained ahead of their Premier League clash, after American singer-songwriter Joe Jonas proved just why he gets paid the big bucks... OFF the football pitch.

This woeful attempt at a penalty while sporting the full Spurs kit, is amusing many on Twitter.

The Hollywood star can be seen completely missing the goal, almost taking out the poor camera man!

One fan, Kathleen, joked: "This is the only time I've found Joe Jonas unattractive."

Let's just hope it isn't a foreshadowing of what's to come for the hosts as they push for Champions League qualification.

The two sides meet for the 23rd time on Match day number 25.

Jose Mourinho's men sit six places below Champions League places; and sixth in the table.

Pep Guardiola's squad are six above them in second, but still a whopping 22 points behind leaders Liverpool.

The rivalry between Spurs and City has been one of the themes of European football over the last decade.

But it is Guardiola who has come out in top in half of their 22 previous meetings.

And he will have to ensure he comes out on top today if City are to think about making top four.

The City boss admitted yesterday that he WILL be "a failure" if he does not with the Champions League with his team: "Last year was an extraordinary one for us but people say 'You didn't win the Championsd League'.

"That is why I will be judged if we don't win it in my final period here-- I will be a failure, I know."

Tottenham have claimed just one point from a possible 18 this season against teams above them in the table, prior to the weekend's games.

Defeat for them would ensure they become the sixth club to lose 400 top flight home matches.

On the flip side, City have scored in each of their last 23 Premier League games...the third longest such run in the competition's history.

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