It was Spurs who came out on top in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final tie vs Manchester City. Spurs won the game one-nil thanks to a 78-minute strike from Heung-Min Son who continues to add his name to the Tottenham folklore by scoring the first ever Champions League goal in Tottenham’s new Stadium.

Hugo Lloris did his bit by saving a Sergio Aguero penalty which was awarded after a VAR decision was made that deemed Danny Rose guilty of a handball while sliding to block a Raheem Sterling shot.

There was a major casualty for Spurs though as Harry Kane suffered an ankle injury that could rule him out for the rest of the season.

It was a great night for Tottenham Hotspur and to add the cherry on top, the supporters revealed a killer new chant to troll rivals Arsenal. 

Tottenham and Arsenal have an intense rivalry and although the Gunners were not involved in this tie whatsoever, Spurs supporters still found a way to rub salt in their neighbor’s wounds.

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4 comments
  1. one milk cup this century and the last title nearly sixty years ago. man city will go through. spuds are absolute sh*te

  2. one milk cup this century and the last title nearly sixty years ago. man city will go through. spuds are absolute sh*te

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