Skipp has been one of the Tottenham Hotspur youth team's most impressive performers this season.
Tottenham Hotspur's Under-19s have followed their senior counterparts out of Europe.
Scott Parker's side were beaten 2-0 by FC Porto at Hotspur Way on Tuesday - denying them a place in the UEFA Youth League semi-finals.
An Oliver Skipp own goal and one at the right end from Santiago Vera condemned Tottenham to defeat in front of the watching Mauricio Pochettino.
Skipp, in particular, will be disappointed with his display, after another of his errors gifted Vera a clear run at goal - although goalkeeper Brandon Austin hardly covered himself in glory.
Here's what Spurs fans are saying about the midfielder on Twitter...
oliver skipp disasterclass— Cal (@EricssonSZN) 13 March 2018
2-0 Porto... A bad from Skipp and Porto take advantage of that mistake and scores. Oliver Skipp hasn’t had the best of games— OnomahIsABaller (@SpursD22) 13 March 2018
Skipp having a mare— DAVSPURS (@davspurs) 13 March 2018
Tanganga tried a few long balls but failed, our forward players just haven't been in the game till now.— India Spurs (@IndiaSpurs) 13 March 2018
Skipp has had a relatively poor day, gave away the ball for the 2nd after deflecting the ball in our net for the 1st.#COYS
Possibble players who could make it Tanganga Eyoma upfront Shashoua Bennett's Griffiths starved so can't say about him rest not on that showing dismal including Skipp going backwards— DAVSPURS (@davspurs) 13 March 2018
Bad game for Pochettino to watch Oliver Skipp. Still pleased with some of the individual performances throughout the UEFA youth cup by the youngsters.— Retro 4-4-2 (@Retro442) 13 March 2018
One person saw through the negatives at least...
In fairness, Skipp's performance was somewhat out of character for a player who has spent much of this season with Tottenham's Under-23s, despite having only turned 17 last September.
The Welwyn Garden City native had previously impressed with his ball retention and distribution.
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