Tottenham has strongly denounced the racist abuse aimed at defender Destiny Udogie on social media following Saturday's 2-1 victory against Liverpool at home.
During the match, Liverpool forward Diogo Jota was shown a red card for a second bookable offense, which involved a foul on Udogie.
Tottenham said in a statement: "We are disgusted at the racist messages directed towards Destiny Udogie social media following Saturday's game against Liverpool. "We stand with you Destiny."

The club said that they would "work with the Premier League and, where possible, take action against any individual we are able to identify".
Destiny Udogie became a part of Tottenham in August 2022, but was subsequently loaned back to Udinese for the 2022-23 season.
At just 20 years old, he has been a consistent starter in all seven Premier League matches under manager Ange Postecoglou this season, contributing to Tottenham's undefeated start.

Anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out said it was "appalled" to see Udogie targeted.
Troy Townsend, head of player engagement at Kick It Out, said: "No amount of controversy or high emotion surrounding a game can ever warrant this abhorrent outburst.

"We are extremely concerned that players are being continually targeted on social media following games in the worst possible terms and it is vital that those responsible are held to account. High-profile players have been targeted almost every weekend since the season began in August.
"This worrying trend is a sad reminder of how much work remains to combat discrimination in football, and it is vital that social media companies help address this problem with the seriousness it requires.

"We have received several reports regarding the racist abuse targeting Udogie and have shared these reports with the relevant authorities."