Tottenham threw away a 1-0 half time lead at White Hart Lane, going on to lose 2-1 against strugglers Newcastle United.
Eric Dier opened the scoring on 39 minutes, heading home an excellent Christian Eriksen corner.
But Newcastle came out the much better side after half time, eventually equalising through Aleksandar Mitrovic. Ayoze Perez’s volley won it for the visitors in stoppage time.
Newcastle have now won this fixture in each of the last three seasons. Here’s how Twitter reacted to the performance and result.
I'm afraid there's no way of dressing this up as anything other than a catastrophic defeat. Work to be done.
— OzA (@hozspur) December 13, 2015
Fair enough. We were fucking terrible in the second half. And we had to lose sometime. Hopefully a wake up call for some! #COYS
— M (@Mr_Egregious) December 13, 2015
That's the unbeaten run gone.. Can't believe we've bottled the chance of getting into the top 4 twice in the space of 7 days. Unbelievable.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) December 13, 2015
Newcastle a bogey team for Spurs, it seems. Lost each of their last three home league meetings with the Magpies.
— Ben McAleer (@BenMcAleer1) December 13, 2015
Third season in a row Newcastle have beaten Spurs at WHL on a Sunday. Deserved it. Spurs so sloppy second half. #THFC
— Michael Bridge (@MichaelBridge_) December 13, 2015
Congratulations Newcastle. Magnificent second-half. Not going to hang about to read couch coaches. Put it down to a bad day at the office.
— Uncle Norman Giller (@NormanGiller) December 13, 2015
Newcastle thoroughly deserved that, they were excellent in the second half. Spurs were poor, particularly in central midfield again.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) December 13, 2015
So many poor performances in that second half. unbeaten run is over. Maybe we can actually try and win games rather than try and preserve it
— Alan (@hotspur423) December 13, 2015
This season has been excellent on the whole so far but today's a crash back to reality. Must sharpen up against Southampton. I trust Poch.
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) December 13, 2015
That was a #THFC performance of old. Allowed complacency, and perhaps a little overconfidence/arrogance, to creep in. Timely reality check.
— Raj Bains (@BainsXIII) December 13, 2015
Boos, 'pathetic', 'garbage' – it's over-reaction o'clock in the world of THFC.
— Adam Powley (@adampowley) December 13, 2015
I usually defend the team after bad games but there can be no excuses after that. Pisspoor performance in a game we should easily have won.
— Tom Edwards (@tomedwards) December 13, 2015
It’s taken this long for Dier, Lloris, Alli, Kane to all have a bad game at the same time.
— T H F C (@thfc) December 13, 2015
Still mystifies me that Spurs have only one striker at the club. No Plan B in times of struggle.
— Mark Butcher (@KOwriting) December 13, 2015
I feel embarrassed that Spurs got tactically outdone by Steve McClaren. Both his subs scored and we got done everytime on the counter #COYS
— Harry Charalambous⚽️ (@TransitionTHFC) December 13, 2015
We have a paper thin squad which we all knew and saw today what could happen if form dips from some of our main players.
— O'Boogie (@drwinston001) December 13, 2015