Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Chelsea win against Manchester City
By Amir Mir
Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 on Wednesday night – and Tottenham fans on Twitter stated that they will continue to fight for the title.
Premier League leaders Chelsea maintained their seven-point lead at Stamford Bridge, thanks to a brace from Eden Hazard.
While the Blues clinched their points, Spurs produced a late fightback to secure a dramatic three points against Swansea.
Three goals in the last few minutes helped the north London club keep their slim hopes of winning the title alive.
One fan stated that Chelsea may have won, but they will have a serious fight on their hands from their rivals as the season enters its final few games.
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Whereas another supporter slated the club’s tactics for parking the bus against City who played Fabian Delph and Jesus Navas to this supporters frustration.
Furthermore, one fan believes that Chelsea have a number of tricky fixtures coming up, starting with an away clash against Bournemouth on Saturday evening.
They will then travel to Old Trafford to take on Champions League chasers Manchester United before playing Spurs in the semi-final of the FA Cup.
For Mauricio Pochettino’s side, he will welcome Watford to White Hart Lane at the weekend after their back-to-back wins.
That fixture will be followed up by a home game against Bournemouth as Spurs are yet to be beaten on home soil during this campaign.
Here is a selection of their messages:
Chelsea survive another night but spurs keep winning. They have an advantage, but they have a serious fight on too. #COYS
— Paul Watson (@zoidy84) April 5, 2017
— Eric The Cameraman (@ejh72) April 5, 2017
— Jamie O'Loughlin (@jayemfree) April 5, 2017
Chelsea take 3 pts. 7 pts still in it. At least result has bridged gap w/ Man City & L'pool drop 2 pts after B'mouth get late draw.#COYS
— Conor Greenan (@conorphoto) April 5, 2017
Shame Manchester City could not do us a favour but an incredible comeback by Spurs
— Dan Tracey (@dantracey1983) April 5, 2017
Chelsea fans celebrating like they've won it.
It's not over until its mathematically possible Spurs fans, don't forget that #coys
— The Spurs Compendium (@SpursCompendium) April 5, 2017
Wow what a comeback and what a result! No doubt about it we are in this title race. Chelsea's next 4 are tricky. You never know #COYS
— Patrick Earey (@PatEarey) April 5, 2017
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