The Arsenal forward infuriated Spurs fans by highlighting the 2-0 scoreline in their recent FA Cup clash, prompting a volley of coins to be thrown his way—most of which hit ambulance workers carrying Walcott off the pitch.
As Sharma highlights, two of them—Anthony Archer and Daniel Ahmed—were actually Spurs supporters, seemingly caught up in some friendly fire.
Ahmed posted on his Facebook account, via Sharma: "Little does he (Walcott) know he has a Leeds fan and TWO spurs fans protecting him. We truly are professionals."
Archer later added a comment, saying: "Can't believe our own fans!! Dan gets concussion and I end up with a dodgy knee! Cheers Theo!"
The ambulance crew were escorting Walcott off the field on a stretcher after the England international picked up an injury.
It wasn't until long after the final whistle when the severity of his knock was fully revealed.
Who will miss Walcott more?
The forward is now set to miss the rest of the season and the 2014 World Cup with a ruptured knee ligament, as reported by Jeremy Wilson and Matt Law of The Telegraph, providing a major blow to both Arsene Wenger and Roy Hodgson.
Despite his discomfort, the Arsenal man could not resist a sly dig at the away support and roused a fiery response from Spurs fans. Given the ambulance crew's allegiances, they did well to carry him off so quickly.
Walcott won't be receiving any fine for his provocations after the FA cleared him of any offence and simply "reminded him of his responsibilities," as Sharma reports.
They are, however, likely to take action over the coin-throwing from a section of supporters.
Sharma includes quotes from a statement made by the FA:
The FA has contacted Arsenal and Tottenham to seek their observations in relation to objects being thrown from both a home and away section of the crowd at different times during Saturday's FA Cup tie.
The FA condemns any such acts and will liaise with both clubs and the Metropolitan Police to identify those responsible and support the strongest sanctions available, including life bans.
Judging by these words, it seems a hefty fine is on its way, as well as some possible bans for supporters.