While Tottenham‘s Champions League run has been phenomenal, If one were to be critical, even the Spurs fans would acknowledge they have been lucky to finish at the fourth place.
Which is reasonable given a squad which has not had a single addition for the better part of two seasons having to put up with an active list of fixtures both domestically and in Europe.
Their relentless pursuit of the Champions League meant that they suffered defeats at the hands of Southhampton, Bournemouth and West Ham.
The Hammers became the first away team to register a win at the revamped White Hart Lane when Michail Antonio’s strike was enough to separate the two sides and.
Now, West Ham star Robert Snodgrass has gone on to say that beating Spurs at the White Hart Lane is his favourite memory of the season that just went by.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Snodgrass said:
”I would say the game where we beat Spurs. I know a lot of people will say that because it was Tottenham and it was the first time a team had won at their new stadium, but collectively, as a team, it showed the level we can reach. ”
Spurs fans were understandably not amused with the 31-year-old’s comments and since have vented their frustration on Social Media.
Here’s what the Spurs fans had to say….Look away, Rob:
— COCKNEY YIDDO (@cockney_yid) May 15, 2019
What else do you expect of them?
That epic climb to 10th place?
— KentGoodrich (@KentGoodrich) May 15, 2019
I would say my favourite game this season was when we beat Ajax 3-2 away to reach the CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL.
— Martin (@martygee56) May 15, 2019
LOL! Joke of a club
“And we at West Ham have set our sights very low, so low infact that even success will have in it an echo of failure”
— JJ (@jimmm88) May 15, 2019
As per their own convenience
😂😂😂😂😂 tinpot 😂😂😂😂😂not the 0-1 loss in PL or the 1-3 cup win at the racetrack 😂😂😂
— Jono69 (@JonathanNeilAn1) May 15, 2019
Why bother arguing?
We beat you twice this season, and it barely even registers
— Tom (@Tom03120833) May 15, 2019
Despite all of Spurs’ problems at the start of the season and throughout the campaign, Mauricio Pochettino’s men have made it all the way to the finals of the Champions League and finished at a decent fourth position in the League table.
West Ham, on the other hand, have had a decent campaign by their standards and still finished 10th, 20 points shy of Spurs.
Goes on to show the Standards of the Two!
Rest your case Spurs fans