LOVE ISLAND fans are all saying the same thing after Gemma Owen was snapped wearing a Tottenham shirt.
Michael Owen's daughter, 19, and boyfriend Luca Bish sported Spurs kits and footie lovers have compared their failure to win the TV show to the 'bottlejob' club.
The pair came runners-up on the popular ITV dating show.
And ODDSbible tweeted the photo with the caption: "No wonder Gemma and Luca bottled the Love Island final."
Supporters ridiculed the couple, with many jokingly suggesting the combo is a perfect one with Tottenham notorious for failing to win trophies – with their most recent success coming in 2008.
A social media user wrote: "Omg no wonder!!! Doesn’t even surprise me he was always salty an never funny, how she even in that shirt. She looks uncomfortable."
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Another commented: "Bruv, it makes total sense mate. It's in the blood of the Lilly whites."
One savagely added: "No wonder this guy was insecure about anything and everything. Typical Spurs fan."
In the full video on Bish's TikTok channel, Owen looks like she wants things wrapped up quickly.
A fan stated: "No way she’s doing this to her dad."
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Dad Michael enjoyed a stellar career that saw him play for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle, Manchester United and Stoke City.
While the show was airing, the England international-turned-pundit admitted that he refused to watch Gemma take part in any challenges.
Bish asked Gemma to be his girlfriend last month – with a massively lavish ceremony.
The 23-year-old fishmonger put on a show even the villa producers would struggle to replicate – with candles, roses and Cartier gifts.
The shirt wearing antics come amid Tottenham's strong start to their Premier League campaign, winning five and drawing two of their opening seven games.
They sit third in the table, one point below leaders Arsenal.
They are also second in their Champions League group.
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