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A Tottenham fan admitted that talkSPORT supported the club was ‘a life of misery’ after watching Spurs get run over by their London rivals Chelsea.

Roy Keane said he was “angry” with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side’s performance as they were outscored by the Blues, but the Manchester United legend’s anger will be nothing compared to Spurs loyalists after a really awful display.

It was a desperately poor afternoon for Spurs who were humiliated by Chelsea

Goals from Thiago Silva, N’golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger gave Thomas Tuchel’s men a stunning victory as they highlighted their Premier League title.

Spurs, to their credit, started off brilliantly but quickly faded away when they lost 1-0 shortly after the break, and it turned out a lot of home supporters had had enough when they came down. lost 2-0 with streams of fans seen leaving the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The boos sounded at the whistle full time, but they were muted… because there were so few home fans left in their place.

One of the fans who opted for an early release called talkSPORT while the game was still underway to voice his displeasure.

He described his support for Tottenham as “a life of misery” and admitted he felt sorry for Harry Kane who had another day to forget.

Supporting Tottenham “is a life of misery”, says angry Spurs fan who left stadium early in Chelsea loss, admits he feels sorry for Harry Kane

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The majority of Tottenham fans had already left the stadium when the full-time whistle confirmed Chelsea’s big win in the London derby

“Absolutely terrible, absolutely terrible, I’ve had enough,” Spurs fan Daniel told talkSPORT host and former Tottenham forward Darren Bent.

“It’s a life full of misery for me. The first half, we did well, we had a few chances, [Sergio] Reguilon has it squared when he should have tested [Kepa] Arrizabalaga.

“It’s a CDM today, Harry Kane. He’s a great professional, Harry Kane, but the poor guy has Harry Winks and Oliver Skipp sitting behind him.

“This midfielder is a mess.”

Supporting Tottenham “is a life of misery”, says angry Spurs fan who left stadium early in Chelsea loss, admits he feels sorry for Harry Kane

Kane and co started the first half well but didn’t take advantage of their pressure

After winning the first three games without conceding a goal and their new manager Nuno Espirito Santo taking home the manager of the month award, Tottenham’s good start to the season now seems a distant memory.

Now things look gloomy after the 3-0 back-to-back defeats following last weekend’s shock loss to Crystal Palace, and it isn’t going to get any easier in the coming days.

Nuno will first prepare his side to return to former club Wolves in the EFL Cup on Wednesday, ahead of his first glimpse of the North London derby against Arsenal on Sunday.

The Gunners will come into this all-important clash on the back following back-to-back league wins in a quick change of fortunes between rivals.

And Daniel wasn’t the only Spurs fan to call on talkSPORT by spitting feathers on Sunday night.

Supporting Tottenham “is a life of misery”, says angry Spurs fan who left stadium early in Chelsea loss, admits he feels sorry for Harry Kane

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Silva led Chelsea ahead from a corner and Spurs couldn’t find an answer

Tottenham fan David told the Boot Room: “It’s absolutely devilish.

“Harry Kane’s situation, in all fairness he is not receiving any favors, but my God, no wonder Man City didn’t want to pay the money, he seems totally uninterested.

“It should have been five or six, the writing was on the wall, the first three games – we played Man City at the best time because they took out a reserve team, although we played pretty well, but we were lucky against Wolves, lucky against Watford and now we are discovered.

“Not just recruiting, this team is not good enough. Which team would play Spurs and be genuinely scared? The whole midfielder, everything is terrible.

“It’s such a poor team, it’s incredible. If there are two more and less columns in this team, there is nothing in the plus, everything is a minus!

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