October 17, 2021

Tottenham fans shed tears with Polish keeper and former Arsenal star Wojciech Szczny when the line resumed due to a Hurricane goal.

Tottenham fans have criticized former Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczecin after England’s Hurricane goal on Wednesday night.

The captain of the Three Lions shot the former gunner from a long distance, much to the delight of many sports fans.

Wojciech Szczecin saw a Hurricane shot fly by Wednesday night.

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Wojciech Szczecin saw a Hurricane shot fly by Wednesday night.Credit: EPA
The Polish shot stopper brought another closer but the ball bounced off the post.

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The Polish shot stopper brought another closer but the ball bounced off the post.Credit: PA

And Tottenham fans can’t resist tearing up a man with whom they have a long history.

One fan said: “If Wojciech is going to make a fuss over the Szczecin Spurs, he just has to stop allowing Kane to score an amazing goal against him.”

With a picture of Spurs celebrating in front of fans at Arsenal, another added: “When it was taken to stop, Scotzini needed to dive.”

And a third just sang: “It happened again, then it happened again, it happened again.”

The feud with the fans of Spurs dates back many years.

Back in 2018, Szczesny could not resist trolling Tottenham fans at the hands of his Juventus team after the Champions League defeat.

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The keeper looked off the bench as two other half-goals from the experienced Italian giants knocked the Spurs out of contention.

He then went on Instagram to upload a photo of the Juventus players at the celebration and made Laila Whites faithful to his caption.

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He added: “Great win and celebration vs. one of the best teams in North London. #NorthLondonIsRed.”

Szczecin, meanwhile, may have had his last laugh on Wednesday night as Poland fought Kane’s goal to draw against England.

The home side found their way into injury time as Robert Lewandowski’s cross found Damien Sezmanski’s head.


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Harry McGuire and Kamil Gulk both showed yellow cards after a hot line before half-time when England-Poland erupted.

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