Liverpool Fans Take Over Tottenham's Striker Of The Decade Poll, Peter Crouch Winning Comfortably
Peter Crouch is on course to win Tottenham's striker of the decade poll thanks to Liverpool supporters getting involved.
Spurs are allowing fans to vote in a series of polsl so they can ultimately put together their team of the 2010s and Crouch, Jermain Defoe and Harry Kane are the three options for the striker berth.
Kane, with his 136 goals in the Premier League, would be the logical choice, but after over 560,000 votes the England captain finds himself in second place.
Instead Crouch, who was the focal point of Harry Redknapp's attack in the early 2010s, is leading the way after accruing 60.9% of the votes.
The 6ft7 striker remains a popular figure with Spurs but it's fans of Liverpool, another one of Crouch's many former clubs, who have hijacked the poll so that he wins.
He was on 7% when I voted. Liverpool fans are undefeated pic.twitter.com/gjvL44LPP7- :flag_ie:Harry:four_leaf_clover: (@HarryLombardi) December 30, 2019
There's always a danger of this happening when it comes to Twitter polls, it's just a surprise that it's not Arsenal fans taking over this time.