VIDEO: Tottenham youngster’s individual highlights vs Roma are a must-watch

VIDEO: Tottenham youngster’s individual highlights vs Roma are a must-watch

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 06: Mauricio Pochettino, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur looks on prior to the UEFA Champions League group H match between Tottenham Hotspur and APOEL Nicosia at Wembley Stadium on December 6, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Mauricio Pochettino


In case you hadn’t heard, Tottenham’s pre-season campaign got off to a winning start with a 4-1 victory over AS Roma in America.

Fernando Llorente and Lucas Moura both bagged braces before half-time to give Spurs a convincing lead at the break, an advantage they held onto until the end.

Moura was particularly impressive – you can watch his individual highlights here.

But perhaps the most unexpected performer was young midfielder Luke Amos.

The 21-year-old took advantage of the absence of Tottenham’s World Cup stars and put in a fine display in the middle of the park.

Watch his best bits below, courtesy of YouTuber JakeMantonTHFC.


  1. Its time to promote academy players instead of buying. We have a successful crop waiting on the sidelines & this will ensure a positive chain of production from the academy. D team stability will improve these players tremendously. D management should shift away from flops & get going positively for the sake of progression. Dont stick onto them & hope that they improve & could be sold at a premium to recoup d loss. Even top managers like Pep n Jose made errors n realised that certain players r just unsuitable n shipped them out to improve the team. BTW Gazanigga is better than Vorm anytime. He gives more confidence to the team n covers his goal well. Vorm seldom have clean sheets… sorry to say but just NOT gud enough. Aurier.. unless he improves, is a horrible defender who is always out of position, likes to pull players n commits unnecessary fouls. Some may think its justified for certain players not to play but how can they improve by sitting on the bench always. Food for thought.. COYS


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