The Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern are hoping their side can rectify their poor recent run of form at Leicester this evening.
The Lilywhites faithful propping up the bar began the season in optimistic mood after narrowly missing out on the Premier League title in past two seasons. However, with Manchester City racing into an early-lead and Tottenham struggling for form recently, their pre-season ambitions look to be hanging by a thread. Mauricio Pochettino will need to re-assess the club’s goals for the season in the coming weeks, unless Guardiola’s City make an unlikely slip-up and they manage to put together a run of wins.
Ahead of their evening fixture with Leicester, Tottenham’s Twitter page posted a highlight reel of their most recent visit to The King Power Stadium when they dismantled a hapless Leicester by six goals to one.
for @HKane, for us.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 28, 2017
The club tweet received a mixed response from Tottenham supporters on Twitter.
Plenty The Lilywhites are eager to see a repeat of their demolition in May to install some confidence back into their club.
However, one tweeter wisely warned of a Leicester backlash this evening with last seasons humbling defeat still fresh in the memory…
Here’s what the best of the reaction in response to the club post.
PLEASE can we have another game like this #COYS
— JEN(@l1ttlejen) November 28, 2017
We need a result like this soon to boost perception.same points as last season but dropping too many at home and need to beat the big boys away
— james bashford (@jamesbashford3) November 28, 2017
But can we do it on a rainy Tuesday Leicester night again? #COYS
— bewketu worku (@bow_man10) November 28, 2017
Great side…of bottlers.
— Vin Kelsey Part Deux
Still ended up in 2nd.
— Matt Cook (@TheRumFish) November 28, 2017
I'm taking this tweet as a promise.
— Gareth Evans (@gaz3tr0n) November 28, 2017
6 more please.
— Carl Sinclair (@indiebynight) November 28, 2017
Defo a blank tonight !
— me (@devlin434) November 28, 2017
Was just thinking Leicester are certainly going to want revenge. Hope the boys are ready for a tough, tough game tonight at the King Power… #COYS
— Marlon The Writer (@Brother_Marlon) November 28, 2017
No good can come of this tweet ffs. Don't you guys ever learn!?
— Ian Ramirez (@IanDiMaggio) November 28, 2017
Let’s hope the fires still burning
— Barry Garfield (@Bluebazza58) November 28, 2017