The former players and pundits who have been to Tottenham’s new stadium have all raved about it, with many labelling it the best in the world.
Not only is the stadium the biggest in London for a club side, but the fans are positoned surprisingly close to the pitch. On the evidence of the three games played at the ground so far, the stadium also appears to be quite atmospheric, unlike many other modern-day stadiums such as the Emirates.
Additionally, it boasts of several other unique features like a retractable pitch to accommodate NFL games, an unparalleled selection of food and drink outlets and also the UK’s biggest single tier stand.
So naturally, opposition fans are quite jealous of what Tottenham have been able to create and have tried to point out flaws in the venue.
During Spurs’ game against Huddersfield on Saturday, some Arsenal fans noticed that the cockerel placed on the top of the south stand created an unfortunate shadow on the pitch
That’s an interesting looking shadow at Spurs new stadium 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/wrRNvYbrTo
— MR DT (@MrDtAFC) April 13, 2019
One billion pounds and not one person wondered what the roofs shadow would look like
Only spurs could build a stadium and project a giant penis onto their own players
— Emperor Bumblewank (@CapableOfFlight) April 13, 2019
The Golden Cockerel at Spurs' new stadium casts a lovely, long shadow on the pitch.
— Dustin George-Miller (@dustingm) April 13, 2019
However, rather than getting sucked into a Twitter spat, Spurs fans rightly laughed off these suggestions from Gunners as sour grapes.
Here’s how some Spurs fans responded to the Arsenal fans:
— Andrew Brown (@A_Brown92) April 13, 2019
Thursday night football going well still?
— Charlie Lockhart (@C_H_lockhart) April 14, 2019
Wow, Arsenal fan having a sexual fantasy about shadows at the Spurs stadium…
Who would have thought that. 😂😂🏟️
— Øivind Lundberg (@OeivindLundberg) April 13, 2019
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