Tottenham’s ecstasy is proven on Twitter after Arsenal loses to Newcastle

Tottenham, Six Sports

Tottenham fans were players who were understandably frenzied after Arsenal lost to Newcastle at St. James Park.

This gives Antonio Conte’s side a major advantage and strengthened their position in fourth place.

Spurs were banking on a strong performance from the Magpies. The Magpies did not let Spurs down.

An own goal from Ben White and a goal from Bruno Guimaraes ensured that Spurs take a healthy lead on their North London rivals.

Arsenal now have to win their final match. That would not ensure their fourth-placed finish. Moreover, they have to hope that Spurs lose their tie against relegated Norwich.

This seems like too much to ask for from Norwich. Therefore, Spurs are most strongly placed to make the top four.

Therefore, Spurs’ social media team got busy when Arsenal lost to Newcastle. They tweeted three short words to hype their fans online.

They tweeted the following: Next up, Norwich with an emoji.

Tottenham are bound to go into their last game feeling confident. Spurs have been beaten just once in their last ten outings. Moreover, their forward Heung-Min Son is in wonderful form.

He has scored 21 goals this season so far and is second among the Premier League’s top goalscorers.

Tottenham prepared to get their fans revved up for the upcoming weekend fixture

Spurs now have a great burden off their backs and they are understandably relieved.

One could expect the training grounds to be buzzing the next day.

Your bitter rivals losing and spoiling their chance to go fourth are another feeling.

Though Arsenal had made a remarkable comeback after they started the season, they have lagged behind in the last few matches.

Moreover, this would be loved by the Tottenham players, media team, and fans.

Tottenham are favourites to win the match. Moreover, they cannot blow this chance to play in next season’s Champions League. However, in football, you never know.

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