Arsenal’s 3-1 victory over Hull on Monday night carried on from Spurs’ 1-0 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday, thus sealing the latest St Totteringham’s Day – an event that is fast becoming an annual event.
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It’s been a long tradition now, and Tottenham can no longer overtake Arsenal in the league as Arsene Wenger’s men look to seal that second place spot and qualify for the Champions League once again.
Arsenal even have spurs to thank for their first goal against the Tigers, as Alexis Sanchez’s free kick cannoned in off the head of former Tottenham skipper Michael Dawson.
Spurs have failed to live up to expectations for the second season in a row, and despite their slow star Arsene Wenger’s men got into the swing of things eventually.
Though they can no longer win the league, there is still hope they can defend their FA Cup title, but for now, fans will quite happily settle for a happy St Totteringham’s Day.
Oh blessed day! It's St. Totteringham's Day!!! Awake the children with the cheer, and as always, be sure to mind th… pic.twitter.com/FgPtq2c1KF
— Edward (@EPFGeBeorscipe) May 4, 2015
Arsenal celebrate St. Totteringham’s Day. pic.twitter.com/HnoMhcph5K
— Sunday League (@SundayShoutsFC) May 4, 2015
"Spurs will challenge Arsenal for the top 4" https://t.co/CYnTphjtQm
— Chris (@chrismd10) May 4, 2015
— Sarah Tracy (@the_sarahtracy) May 4, 2015
— Ayọ̀kúnlé Ọdékúnlé (@Oddy4real) May 4, 2015
— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) May 4, 2015
we just need 1 point against hull tonight St. Totteringham's Day.. pic.twitter.com/SSABS9LVTn
— sarwono herjanu (@rsarwono) May 4, 2015