The roof of Tottenham’s stadium was caught pulsating in the wind as Storm Eunice continues to cause havoc across the United Kingdom. A video on social media shows the structure incredibly moving in Friday’s strong winds.
Millions of people were warned to stay at home as one of the biggest storms in decades hit the UK.
The Met Office issued a red warning to much of southern and eastern England, meaning there is a danger to life.
Record-breaking gusts of wind have been recorded. Social media has been full of media showing fallen structures.
And one piece of footage shows the roof of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium pulsating. It moves up and down quite considerably as people provide audible shock.
Channel 4 journalist Paul McNamara posted the video to his Twitter account and supporters provided anxious responses.
Some, contrastingly, pointed out that the stadium’s ‘sky walk’ tour around the roof would be fun in such strong wind.
But the roof was actually designed to move in the wind to prevent damage. It is therefore perfectly safe and not in danger of collapsing.
Spurs finally moved into the £1billion stadium in 2019 after over a year of construction.
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It was just the second time Conte had suffered a top-flight loss during his four-month premiership.
Spurs begin a run of four consecutive away matches when they face Manchester City on Saturday.
There are then trips to Burnley, Leeds and Middlesbrough before they finally return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on March 7.
Everton will be the opponents once Spurs have navigated their tough run of away fixtures.
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