Spurs fans would have left Wembley feeling pretty hollow and empty after their Champions League defeat to Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday evening.
Not only had their side put in a woeful performance but it appears the club's PR team are as inept as Vincent Jansen is proving to bein front of goal.
Hours before the vital match, the club gave the all important figures and stats that Spurs fans were surely desperate to know about:
That's right.The club tweeted a breakdown of the number of food and drink that wassold in their previous Champions League match at Wembley.
And its safe to say it didn't go down too well with many fans...
Spurs' social media guy right now: pic.twitter.com/lS1ueyPu4K
Of course, other football fanssaw the funny side.
@AFCMemz spurs, that night we sold 26,000 hotdogs
Spurs biggest achievement this season.Sold 8,400 HotDogs, 5000 Burgers, 4,300 Pies, 7,500 snacks, 21,000 soft drinks & 14,500 Bottled waterðŸ˜‚ https://t.co/S11jn36SzW
Spurs official twitter is just so good ðŸ˜ƒ doesn't matter that they lost but sold 8400 hotdogs ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ https://t.co/2QZ7cXOsqK
Fortunately, the club kept the good news coming, this time with some slightly more relevant figures:
So there you have it, who needs to win Champions League matches when you can break all sorts of different records?
With the roll that Tottenham's official Twitter account were on yesterday, it's hard to know whetherPochettino's quotes below were aimed atthe quality of thehot dogs, rather than his team:
Mauricio: "The only way to change it is to work hard, analyse it and try to fix it.�
To be fair, if history is anything to go by,when the club tweets specific stats ahead of matches, it doesn't seem to end too well:
How to tempt fate feat. Tottenham Hotspur. pic.twitter.com/oJKjkcjxLA
Whichever way Spurs fans look at it, things are pretty bleak right now. Despite the impressive food figures, Wembley continues to prove a graveyard for Tottenham in the Champions League.
Tottenham at new Wembley since 2008 League Cup final win vs. Chelsea:
Wembley curse. pic.twitter.com/dHPloMvynl
Wins at Wembley since 2012:
Carl Froch: 1 pic.twitter.com/0FP1moDwaP
Tottenham will have a chance to put things right when they take on bitter North London rivals Arsenal in the derby on Sunday, at the Emirates. It'll be a tough ask to get a positive result, but regardless of what's been going on with a team prior to a derby, they always tend to be hotly contested affairs.
Anyone can win this one, or of course, a draw is always a strong possibility; if that's the case, both sets of supporters will just have to roll with it.