Fans of Tottenham Hotspur have been reacting to a post on Twitter, in which Alasdair Gold shared an article of his concerning Son Heung-min.
In his article for Football.London, Gold relayed comments made by Son, originally given to the club’s matchday programme ahead of the game against West Ham United, regarding Tottenham’s new signings, and how the South Korean feels that the new recruits are settling in at the club.
Gold then relayed a link to this article on Twitter, and claimed that the article regarding Son would be good for Spurs fans if they ‘need a smile’ after their side’s dramatic late collapse against West Ham on Sunday.
So, what did these Tottenham Hotspur fans have to say in reaction to Alasdair Gold’s post on Twitter?
Don’t think I’m ready to smile yet mate. Thanks though. ?
— Vass Koni (@vkon1) October 19, 2020
Me neither, just hoping next match makes up for it to put that smile back on our faces
— TheFootyCafe (@TheFootyCafe) October 19, 2020
Never has such misery been caused by a draw at this stage of the season.
— Seb Raven (@sebtraven) October 20, 2020
The reaction of these Tottenham fans is rather understandable, as seeing your side appearing to be comfortable in a match, going into the final 10 minutes with a three-goal lead, only for the opposition to salvage a remarkable last-gasp draw, is something that will likely stick with you for a while after the game has ended.
Are you over Tottenham's draw with West Ham yet?
This is not the first time a team has equalised late on against Spurs this season, either, as the club also dropped two points in their clash with Newcastle because of a 97th minute Callum Wilson goal back in Septemeber.
And it would seem that many more Tottenham fans are still gutted about the draw with West Ham, as many more took to Twitter to share their feelings.
Should’ve said dier, Sanchez and winks are not good enough to be at this club, disappointing ?
— Settings and Privacy (@________78____) October 19, 2020
Yeah, is going to take a day or three.
— Paul Astell (@paul_astell) October 19, 2020
no still crying
— Ray THFC ? (@raymder) October 19, 2020
All in all, it would seem as if the majority of these Tottenham fans are still not over the West Ham result, so, hopefully for them, Jose Mourinho’s side can go on to secure a Europa League victory against LASK on Thursday to help bring a smile back to their faces.