Tottenham's biggest rivals have taken to the social networking site to give their thoughts on this afternoon's result against Manchester City.
Twitter is a way for people to connect, to befriend (at least in a virtual sense) people they would otherwise never come into contact with, and to share their feelings in a sound-bite world.
Tottenham went into the match with an outstanding defensive record, but ended it with their heads in their hands and their title hopes if not in tatters then certainly in need of significant repairs.
Goals from Jesus Navas in the first and last minutes were the bookends for additional strikes from Sergio Aguero (who bagged a brace) and Alvaro Negredo, along with an own-goal from Spurs midfielder Sandro.
Tottenham’s 13 shots at goal were just two efforts less than City managed in the 90 minutes. And yet the difference was in the detail, with Manuel Pellegrini’s men hitting the target twice as many times as Spurs.
Spurs also had 6% more possession over the course of the match, but that counted for nothing in the grand scheme of things.
We took to Twitter to see what Arsenal fans made of their fierce rivals' Sunday afternoon humbling, and we have included a selection below:
Not a few pundits and fans bashed Wenger and wrote of Arsenal after Spurs spent over £100m on 7 players. 2nd thoughts now?— Otunba Bamidele (@emma_dele) November 24, 2013
Wonder if Redknapp still thinks Spurs will finish above Arsenal. Twat.— Whaaaaat? (@Mattgooner) November 24, 2013
Poor wittle Spurs. Been there after losing your best player, but to think you'd finish above Arsenal is hilarious.— Jamie Lawson (@BrownBearIOW) November 24, 2013
Spurs only care about overtaking Arsenal, that is why they'll never be a big team— Lee Lee (@LeonLecky) November 24, 2013
Arsenal fans have 6 reasons to laugh- Spurs have 0— Dami (@damiafc14) November 24, 2013