Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Chelsea beating Everton
By Amir Mir
Chelsea beat Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon – and Tottenham fans on Twitter are annoyed that the Toffees couldn’t do them a favour.
Pedro opened the scoring in the second-half with a thumping long-range effort before Gary Cahill and Willian added the other two goals.
The three points helped them extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table to seven points, with Spurs set to play later on in the day.
Tottenham have a tricky home fixture against their north London rivals Arsenal, who will be looking to end their neighbours hopes of catching Chelsea in the title race.
Heading into the game, the supporters weren’t too pleased with Everton, who in the end, were comfortably beaten by Chelsea.
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Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Everton had one job…. to beat Chelsea. AND THEY COULDNT EVEN DO THAT!!! ( #COYS )
— Sarah (@SL_Dee73) April 30, 2017
— JJ Tabora (@JJTab1) April 30, 2017
thanks for the no help everton #COYS
— Todd! (@WordOfTodd) April 30, 2017
We were fools to trust Everton. Fools. #coys
— Felonious Hunk (@ahhhhhlecks) April 30, 2017
Lol @ thinking Everton would show up and help us out today. #COYS
— Jonathan Liff (@jliff_) April 30, 2017
Thanks for that, Everton #COYS
— Ryan (@RyanUK) April 30, 2017
Everton just rolled over again then #COYS
Well looks like we gotta take care of our business today..since Everton couldn't be of help #COYS
— Jordan Bolds (@Jordan_Boldsyy) April 30, 2017
Tottenham will be hoping to win the bragging rights against their rivals, who are struggling to finish in a Champions League places.
Added to that, this will be the final north London derby to be played at White Hart Lane, therefore, Spurs will be hoping to finish with all three points.
However, their rivals will have other things on their mind and will be looking to spoil Spurs’ party as the pressure is now firmly on them following Chelsea’s win.
Pochettino’s team are yet to be beaten on home soil this term, picking up wins against the likes of Manchester City, Southampton and Chelsea.
By contrast, Arsenal have lost a number of big games away from home, including at Everton, Manchester City and Liverpool.
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