Harry Kane and Lord Sugar troll Arsenal fan Piers Morgan after he’s forced to wear Spurs shirt live on TV

The Good Morning Britain presenter lost a bet with ex-Spurs striker Peter Crouch

Piers Morgan in Spurs shirt, Twitter

Words we never thought we’d say: poor Piers.

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Hardcore Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was forced to wear a Tottenham Hotspur shirt on live TV, after losing a bet with ex-Spurs striker Peter Crouch over the outcome of Wednesday’s North London derby.

Spurs won 2-0 over longtime rivals Arsenal in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, and the Good Morning Britain presenter appeared on Sky Sports in the get-up of his team’s rivals in order to reveal the semi-final draw. He also donated £1,000 to charity as part of the bet.

Piers clearly wasn’t happy about the situation, tweeting a picture of himself in the shirt with a one-word caption: “Hell.”

Of course, ex-Tottenham chairman Lord Sugar, who’s been in a long-time feud with Piers, was quick to comment on the picture.

“Love it,” he said, “having it framed for my office wall”.

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England captain and Spurs striker Harry Kane also took the opportunity to troll Piers, replying to a tweet the broadcaster had sent earlier this month following Arsenal’s 4-2 win over Tottenham — and it looks like Kane’s now had the last laugh…