What Kyle Walker said on Twitter after Spurs knock Man City out of Europe

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Dom Le Roy

When Kyle Walker joined Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur in July 2017, he stated that he moved to boost his prospects of winning silverware after suggesting that his former side lacked the edge to get over the line.

One trophy which Walker will not be getting his hands on this season is arguably the most coveted of all; the Champions League.

The right-back was part of the City side who were last night dramatically knocked out of the competition by Tottenham on away goals after a late VAR decision ruled out what would have been an injury time winner for Pep Guardiola’s side.

Walker took to Twitter earlier today to share his commiserations with the City fans and to also congratulate Tottenham.

Some fans had been angered by a Tweet from Walker when the draw for the quarter final was made when he stated ‘this will be fun’ before later removing the post.

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  1. This is how it should be, it’s natural for any player in Walkers position to feel gutted, but as a professional he has shown dignity, sportsmanship and respect in congratulating his opponents. I just wish more people overall would have the maturity to reflect the same ideologies as this.

  2. In their next game against Manchester City, Spurs should have someone special to mark Stirling tightly since he is their key player. We have seen how dangerous he was in attack last night…


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