Tottenham take on defeated Marseille with hilarious ‘BANG’ tweet after early morning firecrackers

Tottenham took aim at beaten Marseille with a hilarious “BANG” tweet after French fans kept the north London side awake with fireworks ahead of their Champions League clash.

  • Marseille fans set off fireworks outside Tottenham’s hotel on Tuesday morning
  • But the Spurs’ Twitter account had the last laugh after their comeback victory.
  • They sent out a tweet saying “BANG” followed by a fireworks emoji after the game.

Tottenham’s Twitter account sent out a hilarious tweet in response to the north London club’s dramatic comeback over Marseille, after fans of the hosts kept the players awake with firecrackers the night before the match.

The Spurs’ official account sent out a simple tweet saying “BANG” followed by a fireworks emoji after the visitors’ victory, ensuring they would finish top of their Champions League group.

However, the Premier League side did it the hard way, coming from a goal deficit on a night when every team in the group could have qualified for the second round.

Tottenham came from behind to beat Marseille 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday

The pyrotechnics were detonated early Tuesday near the hotel where the visitors were staying before the game.

Fireworks went off at around 1am and 4am on match night as sections of the OM fanbase attempted to unsettle their Premier League opponents.

And that moved forward before kickoff, when fans were filmed firing off a variety of pyrotechnics before the game, in footage that circulated on social media and network television around the world.

Torches and fireworks were lit at the Orange Velodrome on Tuesday before kickoff

But despite the best efforts of the French club’s supporters, Tottenham came from behind to top the group after second-half goals from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Clement Lenglet.

The Spurs woke up to fireworks outside their hotel the night before the game.

Marseille took the lead in the first half through former Newcastle defender Chancel Mbemba and ensured the visitors had to come from behind to win their second game in a row.

The velodrome proved to be an equally hostile environment inside, with the French team’s ultras in full swing several hours before kick-off, and the match played out to a deafening soundtrack of jeers and jeers every time a visitor touched the ball. touched.

And Tottenham day manager Cristian Stellini had a similarly tongue-in-cheek response when asked about BT’s rude awakening, saying: “Yes, I slept well. We enjoyed the fireworks but it was a bit short.’

OM supporters caused trouble at Tottenham early in the competition, and the police and stewards had to race to the other end to quell the trouble in September.

As a result, Marseille was fined £29,000 for the problems. Tottenham were fined £5,000 for fans throwing objects at the other end.

Spurs assistant manager Cristian Stellini joked that the announcement was “a little short” in the early hours.


Author: Arun Chauhan

I am working in news field since 2020. I am on the Elite News team as a Reporter.

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