Tottenham Hotspur fans have debated the possibility of missing out on qualifying for the Champions League next season.
Spurs lost to West Ham United 1-0 on Saturday, with the Hammers subsequently becoming the first team to beat Mauricio Pochettino’s men at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Michail Antonio’s goal ultimately proved decisive, with Spurs now in danger of missing out on a top-four finish.
Spurs lie third, with 70 points, ahead of Sunday’s fixtures.
Chelsea lie fourth with 67, while Arsenal, in fifth, have 66. Manchester United, in sixth, have 64 points, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men set to take on the Blues on Sunday.
Of course, Spurs take on Ajax in the Champions League semi-final first leg this week, with the club looking to progress to their first ever European final in the modern era.
In the Premier League, Spurs play AFC Bournemouth and Everton before the season is out and some fans are worried about the prospect of missing out on a top-four finish. Others, however, believe that Spurs still hold all the cards.
Take a look at the best of the reaction below!
Sorry Poch but 99.9% of fans will agree that we deserved to lose today. Pathetic performance from everyone. And considering a win would have given us a huge advantage in the top four race the lack of effort is unacceptable! You all let the fans down today #COYS #THFC
— Daniel Woodley (@dwoodley1990) April 27, 2019
not mad we get what we deserve if we do not get over the top four line Levy needs to add the Cheese room as an apology #thfc
— Frank B 🏴 (@Moddaws) April 27, 2019
#COYS To be honest I think we are stuffed four top four & Tuesday,I'm a loyal spurs fan but something needs to be done re strikers for next season.We can't just rely on two,stadium is now built time to start buying top notch players
— MARK HUGHES . UNSUNG HERO 2018 (@UnsungheroMark) April 27, 2019
Massive opportunity to consolidate a top four place completely squandered. Never really got going IMO and seemed to have at least one eye on Tuesday night. Ajax is a welcome distraction but I think that's what has ultimately cost us today.
Onwards to the next one! #COYS
— Adam Wehden (@wehden07) April 27, 2019
Can’t complain if @SpursOfficial don’t make the top four.
Way to many poor performance & losing 12 games is shocking!!
Depleted squad yes, but there was more than enough out there to beat this shower #COYS
— Gareth Wilson (@Gaz_Wilson) April 27, 2019
We need to qualify for champions league football. Then next season will be set! With the stadium now built next season will feel less stressful and the fans will be able to create the incredible atmosphere all season long in which the new stadium provides #COYS #Tottenham #spurs
— Cameron Staines (@CameronStaines3) April 27, 2019
Still in pole position to qualify for the CL. Big game on Tuesday and then time to wrap up qualification to the CL next weekend if the other results tomorrow go our way! #COYS
— Ibrahim (@ibrahim_hm97) April 27, 2019
Second half was poor, players are tired, squad is thin. Had hoped to have one foot in the top four with a win but now who knows. #COYS!!!😞
— Chivers67 (@Chivers67) April 27, 2019