Two Attacking Midfielders Of Nigerian Descent Help Classy Tottenham Earn Win Vs PSG

Two Attacking Midfielders Of Nigerian Descent Help Classy Tottenham Earn Win Vs PSG

Tottenham Hotspur beat French club Paris Saint-Germain 4-2 in the International Champions Cup at the Camping World Stadium (Orlando, Florida) on Saturday night, local time.

Two attacking midfielders of Nigerian descent in the shape of Josh Onomah and Dele Alli were on parade for Spurs, with the England U20 World Cup-winning midfielder putting in a shift that lasted forty five minutes.

At half-time it was 2-2, Cavani and Pastore registered their names on the score-sheet for PSG, while Spurs got their goals through Eriksen, who blasted home from 30 yards, and Eric Dier.

With eight minutes left, Alderweireld arrowed a fine strike into the bottom corner from outside the area to make it 3-2, before Harry Kane made it 4-2 from the penalty spot.

England star Dele Alli played the whole of the second half, he replaced N’Koudou.

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