Lineker, Reid and more: Twitter reacts as Tottenham draw with Everton
Gary Lineker and Peter Reid take to Twitter after Tottenham play out a goalless draw with Everton at White Hart Lane
Tottenham Hotspur are still waiting for their first Premier League win of the season after a stalemate with Everton at White Hart Lane.
Reigning PFA young player of the year Harry Kane had the home side’s best chance but the 22-year-old couldn’t beat Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard.
Here is a selection of our favourite Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, as the Toffes drop to ninth place in the table while Spurs climb up to 15th.
Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore believes the Merseysiders have made the better start in north London:
Toffees started brightly. Enjoying Kone drifting in to support Lukaku. Mason furthest Spurs man forward off Kane. @talkSPORT ON AIR LIVE
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) August 29, 2015
Lord Sugar, who was chairman of Spurs during the 1990s, reckons Tottenham could be made to pay for their wastefulness in front of goal:
I can not see any game plan or tactics in this Spurs team
— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) August 29, 2015
Manchester City legend Rodney Marsh believes Ross Barkley should have sealed a move away from Everton over two years ago:
Ross Barkley should have left Everton two years ago…..
— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) August 29, 2015
Spurs legend Gary Lineker is clearly hoping for some late drama in north London:
Patience, patience. Always wait until the final game is over before tweeting the order. https://t.co/4t4kRU5G1z
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) August 29, 2015
Former Everton midfielder Peter Reid wasn’t overly impressed with the Merseysiders’s performance at White Hart Lane:
"Disappointing performance by the Toffees, take a point though. Plus point Stones attitude …" http://t.co/91FQDQf2q7
— Peter Reid (@reid6peter) August 29, 2015