How three Spurs players got on in Saturday’s internationals – summer signing...

How three Spurs players got on in Saturday’s internationals – summer signing didn’t make it off bench

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Two Tottenham players were involved in senior internationals on Saturday.

It was expected to be three, but Sergio Reguilon didn’t make it off the bench in Spain’s 1-0 victory over Switzerland.

The left-back – who joined Spurs from Real Madrid last month – picked up a knock in Spain’s previous game, a friendly draw with Portugal.

Spain manager Luis Enrique subsequently passed Reguilon fit for Saturday’s UEFA Nations League clash with Switzerland – but the 23-year-old was an unused substitute.

Jose Mourinho will surely be happy one of his key players was not at put risk of suffering another injury, although Reguilon could play against Ukraine on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Davinson Sanchez and Juan Foyth were both involved in World Cup qualifiers for Colombia and Argentina respectively.

Sanchez played 90 minutes as Colombia beat Venezuela 3-0, while Juan Foyth was a late substitute in Argentina’s 1-0 win against Ecuador.

Foyth, of course, is temporarily no longer a Spurs player having joined Villarreal on loan earlier this month.

Despite having not featured for Tottenham or Villarreal yet this season, it seems he is still deemed an important part of the Argentina squad.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I was sad to see Foyth go. I believe he could have stepped into and grown unto the vacant defensive spot. Thankfully – it’s still a loa deal. Hopefully, we’ll see him again In the meantime, fingers crossed for acquiring Rodon before the window closes.

  2. I was sad to see Foyth go. I believe he could have stepped into and grown into the vacant defensive spot. Thankfully – it’s still a loa deal. Hopefully, we’ll see him again In the meantime, fingers crossed for acquiring Rodon before the window closes

  3. Am pleased to see other fans also thinking that Foyth has all the makings of a very good player;he was never given an extended run at Spurs,and I think letting him go is a huge mistake.
    I know very little about Joe Rodon but I cannot see the point of bringing in someone with “potential”;I cannot complain as we have had a brilliant transfer window, but if we cannot buy the best or amongst the best, then make do with what you have which is already more than decent,bring on Tanganga and other good youngsters we have, and try again to buy the best in January.

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