Arsenal fan Laura Woods ruthlessly silences Tottenham fan with her most savage response to date
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Arsenal fan Laura Woods brutally ended a Tottenham fan on social media after Spurs’ 1-0 win over defending Premier League champions Manchester City.
Harry Kane surpassed England legend Jimmy Greaves to become Spurs’ all-time top scorer after he found the back of the net against City on Sunday.
The 29-year-old England striker, who aimed a cheeky dig at his critics on social media, secured a vital three points for Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
City’s defeat to Tottenham has been a massive blow for Pep Guardiola’s men, who are five points behind league leaders Arsenal in the title race this season.
Arsenal, who also have a Premier League match in hand over City, suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to Premier League strugglers Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Former Sky Sports presenter Woods took to Twitter and wrote a tongue-in-cheek post about Tottenham after 10-men Spurs beat City 1-0 at home.
“Always liked Spurs, me,” she tweeted, adding a relieved emoji face.
Woods’ tweet racked up over 10,000 likes and over 300 retweets at the time of writing, but it also proved enough to rattle one irate Tottenham fan.
Responding to the talkSPORT presenter’s tweet, the Twitter user wrote: “Arsenal ‘super fan’ Laura Woods with her weekly ‘cheeky’ comment.
Don’t let it boil ya piss, Liam 😂— Laura Woods (@laura_woodsy) February 5, 2023
“This will be a story on the Daily Mail by Tuesday, I guarantee.”
Woods pulled no punches towards Spurs supporter Liam and brutally ended him with a savage response.
“Don’t let it boil ya p**s, Liam,” she wrote.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admitted his side struggled against Everton on the weekend, but he urged the Gunners to react in a way to prove why they are credible title challengers this season.
“We’re going to stay together. The best way to react is to understand who we are and how we got into this position,” he said.
“We struggled to control their direct type of game and get back to the game we want to play.
“Do those things right, manage the game better, do it better individually and collectively and we earn the right to win games. That is what we will do.”