Tottenham's Christmas party fancy dress picture is a sight to behold

With Tottenham’s Premier League schedule all but over ahead of Christmas, the team have hit the town in style for their Christmas do – and winger Georges-Kevin NKoudou was feeling festive, offering a signed shirt to the first person to identify 10 of his team mates.

His picture of the squad dressed to impress is like something from a renaissance painting – we’re not quite sure where to look.

Christian Eriksen looks pretty fly as Harry Potter, while Dele Alli G is quite funny to be fair – have you spotted Harry Kane? Or should we say Harry Bane? The Spurs forward looks almost unrecognisable as the Batman villain.

But despite the quality effort, one eagle-eyed person spotted some inconsistency in the corner.

Not good enough, Spurs – try again.

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