Tottenham and Arsenal might both look back at what might have been.

Spurs fans offer Arsenal fans a few home truths after being mocked for drawing with West Brom

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It appears Tottenham fans do not take kindly to being mocked when they've just waved goodbye to their chances of winning the title.

Twitter was awash with jokes about Spurs' fading hopes of winning the Premier League after the Lilywhites could only muster a 1-1 draw with West Brom in response to Leicester's 4-0 win over Swansea.

Home truths

Unsurprisingly, much of that seemed to be coming from fans of Spurs' rivals Arsenal, but it did not take long for the Tottenham faithful to put them right back in their place with some brutal assessments of their own season. 


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Arsenal fans have been vocal recently, but mainly to vent their frustration at Arsene Wenger and another failed title bid. Equally, many Gunners fans have been conspicuously quiet, most noticeably at the Emirates, where many of them did not turn up at all for the 2-0 win over West Brom.

While Spurs' misfortunes are providing them with a bit of light relief, there is no doubt that they are unhappy with how their own season has gone, particularly as they now have a fight on their hands to secure Champions League football for next season. 

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Leicester have the last laugh

Nonetheless, Tottenham fans revelled in the chance to offer the Gunners a few home truths. 

While their squabbling continues, Leicester can focus on winning the Premier League as early as this weekend, which they will do if they can beat Manchester United at Old Trafford. Regardless of their finishing positions, both Spurs and Arsenal will be disappointed that they have not taken advantage of Chelsea and Manchester United's absence from the title race.

At least that's something they can agree on. 

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