Tottenham Hotspur fans saw their summer signing Giovani Lo Celso at his very best in the 2-1 win over Norwich City on Wednesday evening, and afterwards took to social media to give their views on him.
Spurs signed the Argentina international on loan from Real Betis earlier in the campaign, with the aim to eventually sign him, although no permanent deal has been done for him just yet.
Lo Celso began his Tottenham career quite slowly, with an injury hampering the among of time he got on the pitch to start off with, but having recovered from the problem he had, regulars are beginning to see just what he has to offer.
The creative Argentine was at his very best in Spurs’ victory over Norwich, regularly probing the Canaries back line, as well as making a number of challenges that either broke up opposing attacks or started their own.
That was comfortably his best performance in a Tottenham shirt, with the only thing that was missing from him in the game being a goal, but with him seemingly getting more and more confident each time he takes to the pitch, that will surely come soon.
With Christian Eriksen expected to leave Spurs in the next week, the Londoners need someone to step up to the plate and fill his boots, and it would appear the 23-year-old could be just the man.
Tottenham fans are certainly impressed with what they have seen from the classy attacker, with many wanting him to be signed permanently as quickly as possible, through fear of missing out on him to one of the big clubs if a deal is not done soon.
He received plenty of plaudits for his efforts against Norwich on social media, with most Spurs supporters declaring how much they enjoyed his display.
Here are some of their messages:
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