Peter Crouch posted a tweet to Carlton Cole after West Ham won and Tottenham lost in Europe last night.
Tottenham were humbled by amateur outfit NS Mura in the UEFA Europa Conference League last night.
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Meanwhile, West Ham won their Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna comfortably 2-0.
Antonio Conte took over as Spurs manager just a couple of weeks ago. The size of his task at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium already looks almost insurmountable, however.
Whilst Tottenham struggle, West Ham continue to kick on.
It really was an incredibly professional performance from the Hammers last night.
David Moyes would have been very proud with the way in which his team dealt with the game against Rapid Vienna last night.
In stark contrast, Tottenham lost to a bunch of amateurs. NS Mura are one of the lowest ranked teams playing in European competition this season.
The West Ham fans were delighted with their team’s win in Vienna last night. And Spurs losing on the same night was the icing on the cake.
Peter Crouch and Carlton Cole share Twitter exchange after West Ham and Tottenham games
The West Ham fans were giving the Tottenham fans stick left right and centre on social media last night.
Especially after one Spurs fan posted the famous old ‘winning on Thursday isn’t for everyone is it’ a couple of weeks ago:
And after Carlton Cole posted a tweet after last night’s result, Peter Crouch responded:
Cole then responded:
That really is brilliant from Cole.
The funny thing is that Tottenham claim that when we play them it’s our cup final! In fact, it’s the other way around. Spurs seem to be obsessed with us now.
And they are clearly struggling with the fact that we seem to have overtaken them.
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Long may that continue!
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