If Mourinho’s men hadn’t come away with the three points, we’d be another point shy of safety and we all know it could come down to a single point or even goal difference.
Masses of fans on Twitter have been discussing the “painful” experience of Sunday with one musing that relying on the Tottenham result is one of the joys of the next level, and another claimed that it was the first time in their lifetime that they’d cheered a Spurs goal.
The joys of the next level 👍🏻🤣
— Dan (@WesthamDan16) February 16, 2020
Hoping for 3-3 draw, 4 red cards and a hatful of bookings/suspensions
— JonnyH (@RorkesXDrift) February 16, 2020
The first time in 59 years I have ever cheered a Spurs goal.
— Rob Childs (@robchilds) February 16, 2020
Painful isnt it
— notPC (@bluebrit1) February 16, 2020
We start cheering spurs and they are already loosing 😂😂
— Maciej Kurek (@MagickKurek) February 16, 2020
You would think they could put out a better lineup for us, eh?
— Bobby A (@Bobstonian) February 16, 2020
94th minute!! YES!! #COYI
— Mark Hexton ⚒⚒ (@Hammerhexy) February 16, 2020
Problem is we are going to have to rely on everyone else because we know we cant rely on west ham. Just need to make sure us fans do our part and make the london stadium rocking. Atmosphere definitely helps players so lets be as loud as we can ⚒⚒
— Bobby Brinkley (@Bobby_Brinkley) February 16, 2020
For once the jaminess of spurs is a good thing
— Will Bellew ⚒️ (@W_Bellew) February 16, 2020