Tottenham fans involved in clash with stewards after Aston Villa defeat
According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham Hotspur fans were involved in a clash with stewards at the home stadium after the team lost to Aston Villa on Wednesday night.
It was the final home game of the season and with the Government lifting coronavirus restrictions, supporters, around 10,000 of them, were allowed back into the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to watch the team in action against Villa.
However, the evening ended in disappointment for the fans as Tottenham, after having taken an early lead through Steven Bergwijn, succumbed to a 2-1 defeat courtesy of a Sergio Reguilon own goal and a strike from Ollie Watkins. The scoreline could have been much worse if Villa had taken their chances on the evening.
Naturally, the fans were left displeased, especially having had to pay £
That, coupled with the lack of progress on the field and the speculations over the future of star man Harry Kane, meant the situation threatened to boil over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Wednesday as some fans decided to take the pitch to vent their frustrations against chairman Daniel Levy. This led to a clash with the stewards, who were trying to stop them. (h/t Daily Mail)
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What started out as a season filled with promise, is headed for a disappointing end for Tottenham. Following the defeat to Aston Villa, the club is now battling to qualify for the UEFA Europa League, currently placed seventh in the table, level on points with Everton in 8th and just one above Arsenal in 9th.