Tottenham fans troll Arsenal on Twitter after dramatic win v Swansea
By Danny Wright
Tottenham fans have taken to Twitter to troll Arsenal following their win against Swansea on Wednesday.
The Spurs camp are still on cloud nine after scoring a spate of late goals to secure a 3-1 win at the Liberty Stadium.
Although Arsenal eased to a 3-0 victory over West Ham, Spurs fans were still quick to point out to their north London rivals that there is currently a huge gap between the two clubs.
The Gunners are 11 points behind Tottenham and still sit outside the top four after their win over the Hammers.
Arsene Wenger’s side have played a game less than Spurs and if they were to win that they would be eight points off the pace.
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However, before Dele Alli’s 88th minute equaliser, a lot of Arsenal fans were boasting about how they might be just five points behind their bitter rivals.
Son Heung-Min and Christian Eriksen found the net in stoppage time to ensure that Spurs extend their Premier League winning streak to five games.
Here is a selection of tweets from Tottenham fans about Arsenal following the Swansea win:
— Tony Dortie (@TonyDortie) April 5, 2017
— Sam Barrett (@Sam_K_Barrett) April 5, 2017
The difference between @Dele_Alli equalising for Spurs
— mark pawley (@tuckers35) April 5, 2017
— Kieran Kirschner (@kkirschy23) April 5, 2017
When you watch MOTD just compare spurs goal celebrations to arsenal says why we are 11pts better off #coys
— TAS????⚪️ (@coys100) April 5, 2017
Shame Chelsea won, but
Spurs lead over
Liverpool – 6 points
City – 7 points
Arsenal – 11 Points
United – 11 Points#COYS
— arunSpurs (@arunspurs) April 5, 2017
— TSP (@TSP_23) April 5, 2017
Most PL points since 2015/2016:
Man City (124)
Man United (120)#THFC
— The Shining Son (@shiny_son07) April 6, 2017
My heart is pounding. With Chelsea and Arsenal winning, that was a HUGE comeback. Watford in the early KO Sat. Get it down to 4 #THFC
— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) April 5, 2017
Tottenham did not make up any ground on league leaders Chelsea after they secured a 2-1 win against Manchester City.
Spurs still have a small chance of winning their first league title since 1960/61 and are currently seven points behind Antonio Conte’s men.
In other Tottenham news, why the victory against Swansea proves that Spurs can cope without Harry Kane.