Spurs and Stoke fans reply to Jack Clarke's tweet after win
A number of Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke City fans have taken to social media to reply to Jack Clarke’s tweet following the Championship side’s win on Tuesday.
The Potters heaped more misery on Sheffield Wednesday. Steven Fletcher scored against his old side with seven minutes remaining to secure the three points for Michael O’Neill’s side.
Clarke came on for the latter stages of the second-half at the bet365 Stadium. He replaced James McLean for the last 13 minutes.
And despite only being on the pitch for a short period, Clarke seemed to make a big impression on supporters.
He made an impact after being brought on. And he came close to scoring a header also.
And it appears that some of the fans are hoping that Clarke makes a swift return to the starting lineup for Saturday’s clash with Luton.
Clarke looked to be making progress in his quest to force his way into Jose Mourinho’s plans before his loan move. And impressing while out on loan for the coming months could be hugely beneficial ahead of next season.
It certainly appears that he is threatening to get back to his best after struggling for game-time during his previous loan spells.
With that in mind, here is Clarke’s tweet along with some of the responses from Spurs and Stoke fans, as well as teammate Josh Tymon…
Much better from us, all about building on it now 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/dDZejt5Pc0
— Jack Clarke (@JackClarke09) February 16, 2021
Love it you 🙌🏻
— Josh Tymon (@JoshuaTymon) February 16, 2021
Well played, hope you start on Saturday 👍
— Janet Y (@JMITYOU) February 17, 2021
Best player at stoke at then moment
— ScarlettSZN (@Ndombeleszn1) February 16, 2021
Great performance ❤️👏
— ُ (@TechnicDele) February 16, 2021
— george (@TyreseSZN26) February 16, 2021
— Adam binnzy (@UkBinns) February 16, 2021
top class from you pal❤️⚪️
— george (@StokeyyG2) February 16, 2021
— Josh🏴 (@SCFCJosh_) February 16, 2021
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