Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Crystal Palace victory v Liverpool
By Harvey Byrne
Tottenham fans have aired their worries on Twitter following Crystal Palace’s Sunday victory over Liverpool.
The south east London club ran out 2-1 victors over the Reds at Anfield with two goals from Christian Benteke cancelling out an early Philippe Coutinho effort.
The win has added to a brilliant April for Sam Allardyce’s men, as they have also picked up all three points against Arsenal and Chelsea this month.
They are next scheduled to play Tottenham on Wednesday at Selhurst Park and with Spurs still playing for the title, supporters are starting to grow anxious about playing a team in form.
Many were keen to point out that the midweek clash now looks tough, while one fan sarcastically claimed that an in form team is exactly what Tottenham need next.
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Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Luke Matthews (@LukeMatthews90) April 23, 2017
— Ugo Q (@damianq_thfc) April 23, 2017
Palace will be tough on Wednesday but hopefully that will make it a bit easier #COYS
— Lewys Jones (@LewysJ93) April 23, 2017
Just what we need ,a buzzing Crystal Palace ….gonna be a bloody tough game over there #coys
— stephen brown (@sbrownstortford) April 23, 2017
Palace are quality don't brush it off as a easy 3 points but lads need to bounce back after a difficult lose! #COYS
— Addicted To Spurs (@addicted_spurs) April 23, 2017
Palace won't be a walk in the park on Wednesday #COYS
— Knoxy (@knox2_jason) April 23, 2017
Tottenham are on a terrific run of form in the league themselves and have won seven consecutive league matches.
Their run has enabled them to fall four points behind league leaders Chelsea with six matches left of the current campaign and while they will be aiming for that top spot one positive of Sunday’s result is that they are now five points clear of Liverpool having played two games less.
In other Tottenham news, Dele Alli has shared on Twitter how he is feeling after Saturday’s heartache.