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Arsenal fans praises Joe Willock after he stopped Tottenham with a late header for Newcastle

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Tottenham Hotspur were held to a 2-2 draw against Newcastle a the St James Park on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho have been faced with criticism for the manner his team have performed in the second half of the season.

Spurs haven't been able to see off games despite taking the lead and they have displayed such attitudes recently.

On Sunday afternoon, Tottenham Hotspur conceded the first goal after Joelinton pounced on a defensive error from Tottenham to slot the ball pass Hugo Illoris.

But Harry Kane scored instantly to equalise before he added his second two minutes later as Tottenham ended the first half with a 2-1 lead.

With less that ten minutes left to play, Steve Bruce side got the equaliser from Joe Willock.
The midfielder is currently on loan from Arsenal, he didn't disappoint his Gunners fans as he came off the bench to bundle home the equaliser.

After the game Arsenal fans have taken to social media to praise Willock due to the rivalry between Arsenal and Tottenham.
@koolboy1993 wrote: "He keeps playing like that we can get 28m out of him."

@Gunnerforev a_31 tweeted: "Spursyyyy."

@AditiaGD1: "Great performance. Hale end academy and he is still a young player. truly extraordinary."

@irmafernandez: "True Gooner!"
Willock also expressed how happy he was to score against a rival team, he told Sky Sports after the game: “Yeah, it was big. I thought the boys played really well. When we were behind, I thought it was a bit harsh, so I’m happy to make a big impact like that.

“Yeah, I’m an Arsenal player, so it does make it a bit sweeter, but I’m happy to come here and do my job, come on the pitch and make an impact like the manager told me to do."
Willock revealed what the manager, Steve Bruce told him before he came into the game:  “He told me to come on, run around and try to score. Run in the box and try to score goals, that’s what I like to do.

“As a group of players, collectively we’re all here to fight for each other. If we play like we did today, then we’ll have no problems staying in this league.”

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