Former Tottenham Hotspur chairman Lord Sugar has taken to Twitter to express his disappointment at some of the fans who were in attendance at the stadium during yesterday’s North London derby.
The match was one of the first Premier League games since March which fans allowed back amid the coronavirus pandemic.
2,000 Spurs fans took to their socially distanced seats to watch their side run out 2-0 winners against Arsenal.
While Sugar rubbed salt into the wounds of the Gunners by labelling Spurs as the top team in North London, he turned his attention to some of the North London faithful.
Sugar criticised some of the supporters for not wearing their face mask while at their allocated seat in what has been a lengthy process for fans to be allowed back into stadia.
The club’s code of conduct issued to supporters in advance of the fixture requested that fans were to wear a face covering at all times in all areas of the stadium, except for when eating or drinking.
Great goal from Son. The greatest goal scored in our new stadium. Great win from the the top club in North London. Disappointing to see some fans not wearing masks bearing in mind how hard it has been to get fans back in the stadium #coys https://t.co/RvDUtjFnXV
— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) December 6, 2020
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