talkSPORT host and Arsenal superfan Laura Woods has joked about her love for Tottenham after watching them beat Manchester City.
The shock win gave the Gunners’ Premier League title bid a huge boost just days after their loss to Everton.
Spurs’ 1-0 win over the defending champions saw Harry Kane score the game’s only goal and become the club’s top scorer with 267.
The England international’s goal also meant City couldn’t close the gap on Arsenal to two points.
And Woods, a huge Arsenal fan, couldn’t hide her joy and even admitted to having a little love with arch-rivals Tottenham.
She tweeted Sunday evening, with a smiling emoji: “I always liked Spurs, me.
It continued into the morning when she hosted talkSPORT’s Sports Breakfast alongside Ally McCoist, who snuck a dig in Arsenal’s loss to Everton.
Woods replied: “Someone said you were very quiet about Arsenal this morning.
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“Well yes, because we lost. But we are still at the top of the standings. Do not worry about that !”
Arsenal’s loss to Everton on Saturday had put Mikel Arteta’s men in a precarious position, despite still having one game less against City.
The gap could have been narrowed to two points but local rivals Tottenham helped them with victory over Pep Guardiola’s men, who had Cristian Romero sent off after 86 minutes.
City host Aston Villa next Sunday before taking on Arsenal in what could be a crucial clash for their title ambitions this season, as another defeat could see them fall further behind.
A title for the Gunners would be an incredible achievement given their fifth-place finish last season, when it would be their first Premier League trophy in 20 years.
But fans are beginning to believe it’s up to them to lose after already beating Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool this season.
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