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.
— OnomahIsABaller (@SpursD22) September 5, 2017
This is a lot harder than it sounds.
If you want to win a final, Varane’s the man.
These are bound to put a smile on your face.
Some of the most important transfers in the PL.
Except maybe Phil Jones
Would Man Utd have signed Michael Owen without it?
Think of how good these could have been.
Nineteen to get in five minutes.
We have a new Ornstein.
John Hartson wonders what he’d be worth now.