Tottenham fans are absolutely crucifying Tony Adams, after the Arsenal legend bashed England’s Spurs contingent.
There were plenty of good performances for England on Monday night, as Jordan Henderson’s passing was sublime, Jesse Lingard’s movement was excellent, and Kyle Walker looked solid at the back excluding one moment of madness.
The Spurs duo were of course joined by teammate Dele Alli, although the crafty forward didn’t look 100 per cent after taking a knock in the first half.
Trippier was a constant threat playing as a right wing back, showing off the impressive strides he has made since moving to North London with some excellent deliveries.
Kane was of course the match winner, finding himself in the right place as the right time on two occasions to give his country all three points.
As well as celebrating the success of their heroes, Spurs fans haven’t forgotten about Adams’ comments earlier this month, when the former Arsenal captain blasted the Spurs players.
“You must be able to handle winning emotionally and mentally and if they don’t know how to win it, they aren’t going to win it,” Adams said.
“I’m really worried about these Tottenham players; I don’t think they know how to win.”
Fans are hilariously bashing the 51 year-old for his comments, revelling in the turning tides in North London.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Once a gooner always a gooner.
— Reubs (@ReubsJ1) June 19, 2018
Is that Tony Adams the renowned football pundit and successful top flight manager? The one we all turn to for expert analysis? That Tony Adams?
— Solly (@solly_mark) June 19, 2018
????? donkey Adams
— Kelvin McKenzie (@1PokerKing26) June 19, 2018
Has he hit the bottle again!
— Kevin Davies (@yiddo46) June 19, 2018
I bet Tony feels like a right old donkey this morning
— Carlo Grosch (@carlogrosch) June 19, 2018
This is why Tony Adams will never be England Manager (under 9s)
— Paul Spicer (@TweeterSpice) June 19, 2018
Who stepped up then Mr Adams???? There were a good few of them chest out with lions on them, bit of the old Dunkirk spirit
— david gill (@GillDavidgill49) June 19, 2018
Once a donkey, always a donkey.#COYS
— My Football Facts (@myfootballfacts) June 19, 2018