The Tottenham performance at White Hart Lane against Crystal Palace was far from pleasing in a 0-0 draw with Neil Warnock’s side. The players were booed off of the pitch and the atmosphere was not great in North-London. The reaction on Twitter was bad too, and it was weird considering we put in one of our best performances in the Mauricio Pochettino era last week at home against Everton. Many on Twitter said that the support was terrible and so was the performance. Some even went as far to say that our Argentine boss was clueless. This is how Twitter reacted to the disappointing draw.
— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) December 6, 2014
Support today was AWFUL. Worst I’ve seen. Constant abuse from kick-off; poisonous atmosphere. By the final whistle, half was 60% empty.
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) December 6, 2014
Standing by my pledge. Few gone today, unfortunately. Give the man time… #VivaPoch
— Spurs Views (@SpursViews_) December 6, 2014
What we learned today: 1. New striker needed in January. 2. Lennon needs to start. 3. We miss Walker. Keeping glimmer of faith. #CSWY
— Spurs In The Blood. (@SpursInTheBlood) December 6, 2014
@AddictedtoSpurs our home fans are a joke… I couldn’t hear them at all
— Aleeeeeex Ahhhhh!!! (@Heressss_Alex) December 6, 2014
Felt we lost momentum when Mason went off. He wasn’t amazing but he was giving us drive and vision from midfield – Paulinho lacklustre.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) December 6, 2014
Boos at the full time whistle at White Hart Lane. #THFC
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) December 6, 2014
Tottenham’s next task is a tough trip to the Liberty Stadium where they will face an in-form Swansea side. The next three games for Spurs are against Swansea, Burnley and Leiceter. It is vital that the Lilywhites take at least seven points from those games before they run into Manchester United and Chelsea over the festive period.