Tottenham’s horror show continues with Erik Lamela and Co given a Halloween fright as they attempt to escape zombies in haunted mansion
- Tottenham sent four players into a haunted mansion for a Halloween stunt
- Erik Lamela, Kyle Walker-Peters, Serge Aurier and Victor Wanyama got spooked
- The Spurs stars were confronted by actors and actresses dressed like zombies
Tottenham had already endured a horrifying week in the buildup to Halloween before deciding to send four first-team players into a haunted mansion.
Hugo Lloris looked possessed when he charged out of his goal and was sent off as Spurs blew a 2-1 lead at PSV to turn their Champions League dreams into a nightmare. Riyad Mahrez then ghosted in to consign Tottenham to a 1-0 defeat on a scarily bad Wembley pitch on Monday night.
But things got even spookier for Erik Lamela, Kyle Walker-Peters, Serge Aurier and Victor Wanyama when Spurs — despite having gone massively over-budget on their stadium project— spared no expense in a Halloween stunt for social media.
Erik Lamela, Kyle Walker-Peters, Serge Aurier and Victor Wanyama (left to right) got a fright
The Spurs quartet were confronted by zombies as part of a Halloween haunted mansion stunt
Actors and actresses dressed in scary consumes and make-up must have cost a lot of money
Some of the props used in the video, which was posted via social media, were truly gruesome
Walker-Peters and Wanyama held onto each other while Lamela laughed during the episode
Lamela and Co were first sent into a tree-house, which was swarmed by convincing actors playing zombies.
The Spurs stars had to follow clues and complete tasks — including transporting ‘blood’ across a field in buckets on their heads — which led them to a haunted mansion.
Once in the mansion, they were again confronted by zombies and their final quest required them to get from one side of a dark boardroom to the other without touching a number of lasers which were beamed from the walls.
After plenty of thrills and chills the foursome managed to survive and escape once the shutters had opened and allowed sunlight to ‘lift the curse’.
Spurs will hope to avoid another Halloween scare when they visit London rivals West Ham in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night. Walker-Peters and Aurier are expected to start at London Stadium, while Lamela might be involved despite playing 90 minutes on Monday. Wanyama is a fitness doubt.
Defender Aurier looked a little unnerved by the sight of a blonde zombie in a spooky tree house
One task required the Spurs players to transport ‘blood’ across a field in buckets on their heads
The final task took place in a dark and scary boardroom situated in the haunted mansion
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