Fan cruelly change Kieran Trippier’s Wikipedia page after own goal

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur were beaten comprehensively by their London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last night. While Pedro opened the scoring for the Blues, Kieran Trippier scored an astonishing own goal to put the game beyond Spurs.

Hugo Lloris came off his line to deal with an aimless long ball from Chelsea, the England right back attempted to pass the ball back to his goalkeeper without realising that he was off his line, and as a result ended up stroking the ball into the back of the net past the helpless club captain.

The full-back has been trolled endlessly on social media for the goal and now it appears that some trolls have gone a step further. It has been reported by talkSPORT that Tripper’s Wikipedia page has been edited to include Chelsea as one of the clubs he has played for in his career.

Here’s how the personal information bar on the right-hand side of the 28-year-old’s Wikipedia page looks:

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