Davinson Sanchez gave Tottenham fans a glimpse of what’s to come on Tuesday night with an imposing performance for Colombia in their 1-1 draw with Brazil.
Colombia ended Brazil’s 100% record in qualification under Tite as Radamel Falcao’s second-half header cancelled out Willian’s stunning opener.
Sanchez, who became Tottenham’s record signing when he joined the north Londoners in a £42million move from Ajax this summer, lined up for the hosts in defence and showed his strength, quite literally, in a clash with Dani Alves.
Spurs already have one of the most intimidating defences in the Premier League with the dominant Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen, and the 21-year-old adds to Mauricio Pochettino’s impressive options.
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Kevin De Bruyne was at it again against Burnley.
Jose Mourinho was unsurprisingly not a happy man.
Let’s see more of this.
No prizes for getting No.1.
That poor defender.
One of the Premier League’s most intimidating men.
A tribute to the absolute master of the chip.
Who knew Paul Ince could do *this*?
Twelve to get in 10 minutes.
It makes good reading for the English clubs.