Spurs brutally trolled by Domino's Pizza with cheeky 'new dessert' gag after horror last-minute collapse to Wolves | The Sun

TOTTENHAM fans were brutally trolled yesterday by Domino's Pizza.

The social media ribbing came after the team's last minute collapse against Wolves.

Spurs had led the game for 88 minutes thanks to a Brennan Johnson goal to open the scoring in the third minute.

But goals from Pablo Sarabria in the 91st and Mario Lemina in the 97th ensured that Spurs headed back to London with nothing.

Domino's official X account only compounded the misery felt by Spurs fans after the late collapse.

The company tweeted: "introducing our new dessert: The Spurs Crumble."



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Clearly, the trolling came too soon for one Spurs fan who said: "Your food is terrible."

Another Spurs fan wrote: "Pizza hut clear of you lot."

But fans of other clubs delighted in the trolling.

An Arsenal fan wrote: "Cooking the smallest club in London."

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Another fan added: "Tastes better if dipped in form."

A Chelsea fan wrote: "Cook the bottlers."

The loss at Molineux represents back to back losses for Spurs after their 4-1 loss to Chelsea last weekend.

It's manager Ange Postecoglou's first major test as Spurs boss – with several players missing through suspension and injury.

Micky Van De Ven and James Maddison will be sidelined until the new year at the earliest and Destiny Udogie and Cristian Romero both missed the game through suspension.

Postecoglou said after the game: "It is always a tough game here and Wolves were always going to come on strong.

"We probably ran out of legs at the end there, which is understandable as a lot of those guys haven't played.

"They scored a couple of good goals so it is a hard one for us to take."

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