Tottenham is mocked on social media after bragging that Spiderman actor Tom Holland is a Spurs fan … by reposting a clip in which he says they “ wouldn’t beat Brentford right now ” .
- Spiderman actor Tom Holland has been revealed as a Tottenham supporter
- He claimed Tottenham would likely lose to his uncle’s Brentford
- Tottenham shared the clip on social media claiming it was ‘one of their own’
- Fans were quick to make jokes about Holland admitting to being a Tottenham fan
Tottenham has been teased after bragging that Spiderman actor Tom Holland supports the club on social media.
In an interview with GQ Sports, the 25-year-old British actor revealed that he supported the Spurs and that his uncle was a fan of Brentford.
Tottenham re-posted a tweet showing a snippet from the interview, stating that ‘Peter Parker is one of us’.
Tom Holland revealed he was a Tottenham fan during an interview with GQ Sports
However, the Spiderman actor claimed that Tottenham would probably ‘not beat Brentford’, whom his uncle supports.
However, the Spiderman actor was not overly convinced by his club, as he claimed in the video that they probably would ‘not beat Brentford’ at this point.
When asked who he would like to see play in the Champions League final, he chose Tottenham and newly promoted Brentford, despite neither competing in the competition this season.
Holland, who has his next Spiderman movie in theaters next month, said: ‘I want to see Tottenham play Brentford. Tottenham is my team and Brentford is my uncle’s team and we probably wouldn’t beat Brentford at this point, but I would like to have opportunities. ”
After the Spurs reposted the clip in which the Spiderman actor says they would lose, fans were quick to mock the club on social media.
Comments were made about the lack of trophies for Tottenham, who have not won any trophies since the 2008 League Cup.
Instagram user kapadia_kaiser commented: ‘Explain the networks in the spurs trophy cabinet.’
Another made a joke along a similar route post that Holland’s boasting Spurs were ‘adding to the trophy cabinet’.
Tottenham have had a difficult start to the season and are ranked ninth in the table, ten points behind leaders Chelsea.
His form led to the dismissal of Nuno Espirito Santo, with former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte taking over.
In response to Holland’s claims that he supported Tottenham, one Instagram user commented: ‘Even Spiderman can’t save the Spurs.’
Antonio Conte hopes to score his first league win at Tottenham against Leeds this weekend
Janko_brasko wrote that they “felt sorry” for the actor who supports the London team, while another commented: “He is not the real Peter Parker, just like the Spurs are not a great club.”
Elsewhere on Twitter, several posted an image of the Netherlands playing soccer in an Arsenal jersey.
Tottenham will play Leeds at home on Saturday, and Conte is hoping to score his first Premier League win at the club’s charge.