The comments and reaction of Tottenham fans changed over the course of the game against Southampton. Gylfi Sigurdsson’s late winner in a remarkable comeback competing the turn around.
On the Match
Twitter was awash with positive comments from Tottenham fans come the final whistle. Afghanistan Fans (@AfhganSpurs) tweeted,
— Afghanistan Spurs ⚽ (@AfghanSpurs) March 23, 2014
Jamie Gascoigne (@JKGascoinge) commented,
Now THATS thewe all know and love… Never do it the easy way !!!
Ollie Davis (@Ollie_Davis) was making the most of the weekend’s results as he tweeted,
Spurs win, last minute. Arsenal lose, emphatically. If all weekends are like this one…
— Ollie Davis (@Ollie_Davis) March 23, 2014
Harry Woods (@Woodsy921) reflected on the game as a whole when he commented,
Obviously happy we won but Sherwood and the players made that so much harder then it had to be.
Caught in a Mosh (@Magooster74) had praise for the team’s determination and recovery when tweeting,
Great comeback today! Excellent response from the players. Their heads could easily have dropped at 2-0 down.
— Caught In A Mosh (@Magooster72) March 23, 2014
Isurvivedthetaliban (@penketh_Craig) tweeted
On the Players
We deserved that win today Soldado and Eriksen were brilliant, but well played Soton too… On to next Sunday
The Ultimate Ginger (@_dobbysfree) tweeted
Great win to come back from 2-0 down! Amazing from Eriksen today. What a gem we have!
— The Ultimate Ginger (@_dobbysfree) March 23, 2014
Sorbs (@TomSorbs) tweeted,
What a comeback. Well done Tottenham Hotspur. Seriously though, what a player we have in Eriksen. Top class. Great to see Soldado on it too!
George (@GeorgeyBoy1882) tweeted,
Soldado, chadli, Eriksen and siggy were stand out today! Passion and fight!
— George (@GeorgeyBoy1882) March 23, 2014
Shaun (@Shaun8F) tweeted,
But I’m glad Chadli is showing what he was bought for and Soldy showing his ability again. Eriksen is class and Siggy scoring a peach! Although we got 3pts, we will get no where with Rose, Lennon and Naughton in our team lmao.
Mike Abbott (@ShelfSider) had a thought on Kyle Naughton, tweeting,
Fair play to Naughton,he made 2 dreadful mistakes 1st half, but he kept going and played his part in the 2nd half.#theboyslearning#COYS
— Mike Abbott (@ShelfSider) March 23, 2014
On Roberto Soldado
There were many positive comments on Roberto Soldado’s performance.
Harry Woods (@Woodsy921) delivered his verdict on the Spanish international, when he commented,
Soldado is better at link up play then he is at scoring.
Daz Radley (@dazradley) acknowledged the strength of support for Soldado, from Seville,
Great to read so many positive comments about Soldado, he might not be scoring, but his link up play & work rate was excellent #Intelligent
— Daz Radley (@dazradley) March 23, 2014
Dan Grenham (@danwizll) is prepared to give the Spanish international striker more time, saying,
Soldado did a lot of good today and at start of season he was doing everything right bar scoring. Give him time he will come good.
Sherwood’s a fraud (@rich20101982) tweeted,
Soldado was immense today worked for the team, still feel Tim doesn't know where to play him!
— Sherwoods a fraud (@rich20101982) March 23, 2014
DENZ (@aledvaughan) tweeted his support for Soldado,
Soldado’s reaction shows just how much Tottenham Hotspur means to him. He might not be scoring but his application can’t be questioned. A lot of strikers sulk when they are not scoring, but Bobby just gets on with it. The goals will come.
MartyHotspur (@wildy412) tweeted,
And soldado's reaction after sigs goal means for me he should stay for at least one more season
— Marty Hotspur (@wildy412) March 23, 2014
On The Manager
Shane TTID Ross (@shane_ross1) tweeted his reservations about the manager, commenting,
Really pleased for the boys today they done well…still think Sherwood should go though sorry.
Gra-V-B (@graeme130287) tweeted,
If Sherwood was as tactically sound as he was passionate about us, he'd be the best in the business. #COYS
— Gra-V-B (@graeme130287) March 23, 2014
Claire Franks (@Frankysx) tweeted,
The way Sherwood celebrated shows what it means to him.
OxSpur (@elmartino_thfc) was reflective in his view, tweeting,
Last weeks defeat is hurting more now, knew that would haunt us, could have been level on points today if we'd won the NLD
— Oxspur (@elmartino_thfc) March 23, 2014