Tottenham was one of the clubs to do just that because they made matches available to all fans.
The last match to be screened on the club’s official website is the exciting London Derby win over Chelsea on New Years Day 2015.
Taking their Twitter account an hour before Saturday to replay the classic game, the club tweeted the news from the White Hart Lane team for the match against their London rivals.
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With Hugo Lloris captain of the team in the goal, Mauricio Pochettino appointed a back four for Kyle Walker, Federico Fazio, Jan Vertonghen and Danny Rose.
There was no place in the starting lineup for Mousa Dembele because Nabil Bentaleb associated Ryan Mason in the middle of the park, with Andros Townsend, Christian Eriksen and Nacer Chadli playing behind Harry Kane.
Since selecting a team usually generates a lot of debate on Twitter, Townsend decided to have fun by questioning a number of Pochettino’s decisions with a range of different emoticons and even called for him to lose his job. .
He tweeted, “Kane on Soldado? Mason and Bentaleb in midfield? Townsend? #PochOut. “
Well, it turns out that the manager knew everything he had been doing since the Lilywhites ran out of 5-3 winners.
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Late on Diego Costa’s first game, the Spurs overturned the game and led 3-1 at the break after goals from Kane, Rose and Townsend.
Kane added his second seven minutes after the restart before Chadli added a fifth between hitting Eden Hazard and John Terry.
Since Premier League football will only resume when it is safe due to the coronavirus outbreak, expect the Spurs to show off some more classic games in the coming weeks to help entertain fans.