While their great rivals in north London are famed for their array of French players down the years – Tottenham have a mixed history when it comes to Gallic flair in the Premier League.
Following the arrival of Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal squad witnessed an influx of France internationals, most notably Patrick Vieira, Emmanuel Petit and Thierry Henry.
Tottenham were much slower to look across the channel for talent, with only one French player appearing for the club in the Premier League before the 21st century.
However, in recent years Spurs have signed an increasing number from France, to varying levels of success.
To date, 13 such players have appeared for Tottenham in the Premier League. The challenge now is whether you can name them all. You’ve got four minutes to do so. Good luck!
With Chelsea slipping up at the weekend, Spurs fans have been given hope that the title race is back on, with their side seven points behind the leaders.
If Tottenham were to somehow manage to overhaul that deficit, the captain of the French national team would be lifting the Premier League title.
An uncharacteristically selfish act.
The Irishman is not impressed with Paul Pogba.
The pose at the end is brilliant.
We’ve used Mark Hughes’ birthday as an excuse…
Does this bode well for Manchester United?
Featuring lots of Jose, obviously.
Roy Keane was not impressed by Arsenal.
Can we watch Napoli every day?
“A world-class goalscorer.”
Things could have been very different.