Tottenham have confirmed a fan has been arrested for allegedly utilizing homophobic language throughout Sunday’s 2-0 win over Chelsea.
Following the match on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, it emerged that homophobic chanting coming from a house space of the stadium had been reported.
The chanting was reported to have taken place earlier than kick-off and once more after Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech was proven a pink card – which was subsequently rescinded – simply earlier than half-time.
Responding to a Twitter put up from a Spurs fan highlighting the abuse, Tottenham mentioned: “We are able to verify a person was arrested to be used of homophobic language.
“There is no such thing as a place for discrimination at Tottenham Hotspur.”
Sky Sports activities Information has contacted Metropolitan Police for remark.
Oliver Skipp and Harry Kane scored as Tottenham inflicted one other defeat on Graham Potter’s Chelsea, who noticed their winless run prolonged to 6 video games