Pacos de Ferreira Ruthlessly Troll Tottenham With Sh*thousery TikTok Video, It’s Absolutely Bizarre


Pacos de Ferreira have rubbed salt into Tottenham’s wounds by savagely mocking them on TikTok following their 1-0 victory on Thursday.

The Portuguese side stunned Spurs, beating the Premier League side by the odd goal in their Europa Conference League clash.

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The shock defeat was compounded by a ruthless – yet bizarre – video on social media.

So, Pacos de Ferreira uploaded a video, featuring their beaver mascot and Spurs’ Chirpy Cockerel as well as a man sporting their home kit.

The clip shows the man thrusting his hips, with the beaver doing the same movement in front of their opponent’s mascot.

We don’t know what else to say about the video. Check it out for yourself below.


‚ÄĒ Ins√≥nchuk em Carv√£o (@DeInsonias) August 19, 2021

The social media user who uploaded the video also aimed a few tweets at Spurs following their big win.


Worship your deity, @SpursOfficial

‚ÄĒ Ins√≥nchuk em Carv√£o (@DeInsonias) August 19, 2021

Os coment√°rios do adeptos do Tottenham e a esc√°fia que est√£o a levar dos outros clubes londrinos est√£o a matar-me

‚ÄĒ Ins√≥nchuk em Carv√£o (@DeInsonias) August 20, 2021


‚ÄĒ Ins√≥nchuk em Carv√£o (@DeInsonias) August 20, 2021

Nuno Esp√≠rito Santo bemoaned his side’s defeat and claims the ‘feel-good’ factor has disappeared following their brilliant win over Manchester City.

He said: “Of course it impacts a lot. Nobody likes to lose a game or not play good. The feel-good factor disappears.

“This is football. It is up and down but they have to bounce back. This is what we are going to do. We are going to work tomorrow to prepare for the next one. 

“The good part of football is that it gives you the chance immediately and we have a chance on Sunday.”

On Spurs’ performance, he added: “Not good, not good. First half we lost too many passes – and the goal came from that, we were imbalanced. But not a good performance, honestly not a good performance.

“Of course, players coming back, players that require minutes, the decision was basically trying to give them minutes.

“We need players to get minutes in their legs and increase their levels of fitness. But of course things take some time, it was not so good.

“But individually some players put in good situations, did the things that we want to build on.

“But as a team we were not organised enough and did not play the ball fast enough to break a team that was really compact and did not allow many spaces.”

Spurs resume their league campaign on Sunday when they travel to Wolves in what should be an emotional reunion for Santo.

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