We all know that Spurs haven’t won anything under Maruricio Pochettio but it seems, sometimes, as if that message hasn’t quite reached the media just yet.

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 14:  Gary Lineker speaks during a pro-remain a rally rejecting the the Prime Minister's Brexit deal on November 14, 2018 in London, England. Anti-Brexit groups 'Best for Britain' and 'The People's Vote Campaign' are holding a joint rally tonight to call on MPs to say they are not buying the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.  (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 14: Gary Lineker speaks during a pro-remain a rally rejecting the the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal on November 14, 2018 in London, England. Anti-Brexit groups ‘Best for Britain’ and ‘The People’s Vote Campaign’ are holding a joint rally tonight to call on MPs to say they are not buying the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

For some reason, known only to him, Gary Lineker decided to tweet about Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs record and then compare it to Arsene Wenger’s.

https://twitter.com/garylineker/status/1073993885469294593?s=21

He did try to clarify that he wasn’t having a dig at Arsene Wenger and I tend to believe him. I like Lineker, he’s not a s**t-stirrer like many others in the media.

https://twitter.com/GaryLineker/status/1074017987869458432

That being said, it was too late to save himself from the onslaught.

Arsenal fans were, of course, quick to point out that Arsene Wenger won a league title in his first set of games in charge of Arsenal, before going on to win two more.

Here are some of the best responses to Lineker’s tweet from Arsenal fans:

https://twitter.com/lulunix/status/1074033492625973248

https://twitter.com/ChocMalan/status/1074038867286724608

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