Football fans discover Tottenham’s account, which LIKING an Arsenal tweet, confirming their loss to Newcastle

‘The kind of s***housery we all love to see!’: Eagle-eyed football fans spot Tottenham’s account, which LIKING an Arsenal tweet confirming their defeat by Newcastle, with Spurs now needing just a point at Norwich to seal fourth place

  • Fans spotted Tottenham’s official Twitter account trolling Arsenal online
  • The account liked Arsenal’s tweet announcing their 2-0 loss to Newcastle
  • Spurs subsequently disliked the tweet, but eagle-eyed supporters still took notice
  • At full-time, they released a preview of their Premier League clash against Norwich
  • In a draw against the relegated Canary Islands, they will very likely finish fourth
  • That would confirm Champions League qualification at the Gunners’ expense

Football fans have seen Tottenham taunt Arsenal after a defeat that massively damaged their race for a Champions League spot.

Knowing that a win against Newcastle on Monday night would put them on pole position to secure fourth place at the expense of their bitter rivals, Mikel Arteta’s side stumbled at St James’ Park.

A listless and lifeless performance left them 2-0 after a Ben White own goal and Bruno Guimaraes’ late strike, leaving them in fifth place, two points behind Spurs and just one league game left this season.

The Gunners host Everton on the final day knowing they effectively need a win and are counting on Tottenham to lose to already relegated Norwich.

And when Arsenal’s social media account announced their defeat in the North East full-time, eagle-eyed followers took notice of how the Spurs account reacted.

They liked their rivals’ tweet, with one fan saying: “Tottenham liking Arsenal’s tweet is the kind of shithousery we all love to see!” followed by three crying emojis.

Eagle-eyed football fans noted that Tottenham's official account mocked their rivals Arsenal by liking their tweet announcing a 2-0 defeat by Newcastle on Monday night (pictured).

Eagle-eyed football fans noted that Tottenham’s official account mocked their rivals Arsenal by liking their tweet announcing a 2-0 defeat by Newcastle on Monday night (pictured).

An account that described the Tottenham response as

An account that described the Tottenham response as “the kind of s***housery we all like to see”.

Her account then added another post of her own, adding: “Next, Norwich,” followed by a raised fist emoji.

Relations between the two clubs have always been strained, to say the least, but worsened further on Thursday.

In the last North London derby of the season, Tottenham won 3-0 in controversial circumstances.

The Gunners suffered a devastating defeat at St James' Park, with Bukayo Saka ineffective

Tottenham are now in contention for fourth place on pole (pictured: striker Alexandre Lacazette)

The Gunners suffered damage at St James’ Park; Spurs are on pole for fourth place

At full-time, Spurs then reported on their upcoming clash with Norwich on the final day of the season, which could see them secure a Champions League spot at the expense of their rivals

At full-time, Spurs then reported on their upcoming clash with Norwich on the final day of the season, which could see them secure a Champions League spot at the expense of their rivals

Harry Kane scored a controversial penalty, Rob Holding was sent off after half an hour for consistently fouling Son Heung-min before Kane and Son made it 3-0.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta looked furious during and after the game, and while the referee’s decisions seemed correct, he insisted he would be “banned for six months” if he said what he said about the officials wanted to.

Spurs boss Antonio Conte then responded that the Spaniard had to stop complaining – and it seems the Italian had the last laugh.

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