‘This is actually embarrassing’: Fans mock Lucas Moura on Twitter after he posts about winning his ‘first trophy’ with Tottenham… the Audi Cup!
- Lucas Moura was ridiculed on social media after celebrating winning Audi Cup
- The forward posted on Twitter after claiming his ‘first trophy’ with Tottenham
- Hundreds mocked Moura for comparing pre-season trophy to a competitive one
- Even a Spurs fan wrote: ‘Lucas, I love you man, but I don’t think this quite counts’
Lucas Moura has been mocked on social media after celebrating winning the pre-season Audi Cup.
Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen both found the target for Spurs before Jann-Fiete Arp and Alphonso Davies scored to complete a second-half turnaround.
Tottenham won the Audi Cup after beating Bayern Munich on penalties on Wednesday
Lucas Moura was taunted by fans on social media after celebrating their pre-season triumph
The game went to penalties and Tottenham emerged as the victors after Jerome Boateng saw his crucial spot-kick saved.
Moura, who was yet to win a trophy with Tottenham, took to Twitter to celebrate their victory.
He wrote: ‘Very happy to get my first trophy with this amazing club. The best way to start the season! We will work hard to keep building this winning mentality.’
Erik Lamela slid in at the back post to put Spurs into the lead at the Allianz Arena
Christian Eriksen doubled Spurs’ lead with a fine right-footed finish into the bottom corner
Defender Jerome Boateng missed the deciding penalty during the Audi Cup 2019 final
Tottenham, who booked their place in Wednesday’s final about they beat Real Madrid 1-0, routinely get criticised for their failure to win trophies and Moura’s tweet only set fans up to rub salt in the wounds.
Arsenal fans in particular were quick to taunt Moura for suggesting winning a pre-season tournament carries any significance.
One fan wrote: ‘This is actually embarrassing,’ while another jokingly said: ‘Congrats mate, when’s the parade?’
Even a Spurs supporter admitted: ‘Lucas, I love you man, but I don’t think this quite counts.’
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