Dele Alli shares on Twitter how he is feeling after Tottenham heartache
By Harvey Byrne
Dele Alli has shared to Tottenham fans on Twitter that Saturday’s defeat against Chelsea was tough, but that the team will come back stronger.
The two London clubs made the short trip to Wembley to compete against each other in the FA Cup semi-final.
It looked like it was going to be a close call with the scoreline stood at 2-2 with 20 minutes left after Harry Kane and Dele Alli helped cancel out a Willian double.
However, Chelsea brought Eden Hazard and Diego Costa on and the Belgian struck alongside a Nemanja Matic wonder strike to ensure Antonio Conte’s men a safe passage to the final with a 4-2 win.
It will have been a morale dampening result for the Tottenham team at this late stage of the campaign, but Alli has told on his personal Twitter account on Sunday that Spurs will now come back better following the heartache.
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— Dele (@dele_official) April 23, 2017
Alli played the full 90 at Wembley and has been one of many stars in the Tottenham team this season, returning 20 goals and 11 assists in 44 outings in all competitions.
He will now be looking to continue shining as Spurs aim to catch Chelsea at the top of the league table with four points separating them with six games left.
In other Tottenham news, Michael Keane would favour a move to Spurs this summer.