AFTV Absolutely Lost Their Heads Over The Defending For Spurs' Equaliser
Spurs won the game 2-1 and one huge turning point saw them equalise just two minutes after Arsenal's opener.
Sead Kolasinac's attempted pass to David Luiz caught the Brazilian off guard and Son Heung-min pounced to draw Spurs level.
The huge error was not glossed over on AFTV's livestream as regulars DT and Troopz voiced their anger.
DT leaps into the air and lets out a kick shouting "What are you doing you useless c**t" while Troopz sits with his head in his hands.
Claude and Robbie can also be heard lamenting the mistake, debating if it was Kolasinac or Luiz's fault.
Fans have reacted to the clips and are loving yet another trademark meltdown from the fan channel.
AFTV, the gift that keeps on giving. pic.twitter.com/kNKALVHGQW
- Ryan. :red_circle: (@Vintage_Utd) July 12, 2020
AFTV reaction to Son Heung Min goal ♂️:joy::joy: #TOTARS pic.twitter.com/n8EyVzwePt
- :trophy:D9INE ' Tottenham 1-1 Arsenal (@D9INEvsFOOTBALL) July 12, 2020
Troopz sweating whilst gassing lacazette just for them to concede straight away :joy::sob::sob::sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/21FMOnO5vK
- J (@JamelLeurs) July 12, 2020
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#TOTARS #AFTV When your team concedes after your mad celebration. pic.twitter.com/aVSxYo69vV
- Samzino E (@SEmeanuwa) July 12, 2020
Need more Spurs goals just for more content like this. Nothing tops AFTV when Arsenal arent playing their best. pic.twitter.com/Lyz9IMiY5S
- ʀʏᴀɴ (@Utd_Ryan_) July 12, 2020
There's never a dull moment with AFTV. pic.twitter.com/ul43f77Efr
- Abhishek Mudgal (@AbhishekMudgal_) July 12, 2020
3 minutes is a long time in the world of Arsenal Fan TV :joy:#TOTARS #NorthLondonDerby pic.twitter.com/lDFuBPHFV0
- Aarron Pullen (@aarronpullen) July 12, 2020
Alexandre Lacazette's thunderbolt gave Mikel Arteta's side the lead after impressing early on.
Son's quick equaliser brought The Gunners back down to earth and both sides had their chances to win the game.
Ben Davies rattled the bar from long range in the first half and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missing a golden chance in the second.
Spurs then took the lead through a Toby Alderweireld header, with the Belgian rising above Arsenal's defence to nod home.
Victory in Jose Mourinho's first North London derby sees Spurs move into eighth, one place and two points above Arsenal.
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