Tottenham Hotspur fans seem to be liking stand-in goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga more and more after he kept a clean sheet in Spurs’ 2-0 win over Huddersfield on Saturday.
Two goals by Harry Kane secured a third straight win for Mauricio Pochettino’s side following a shaky run of form.
The 26-year-old was brought into the starting XI after back-up keeper Michel Vorm picked up an injury in what was a difficult September for Spurs that saw captain Hugo Lloris injured and the side losing three consecutive matches in all competitions.
But since Gazzaniga replaced Vorm to become the third keeper to play for the north London outfit this term, Spurs have picked up wins at Brighton, Watford in the Carabao Cup and then at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
The Argentinian also looks set to start in Wednesday’s massive Champions League encounter against Barcelona at Wembley with Lloris not yet fit.
Here are some of the Twitter reactions by Spurs fans:
Another really great performance from Gazza, in the three games he has played he has made some real pivotal saves in all of them.
Easily now Lloris deputy and has grown in confidence so much from his appearance last season against Crystal Palace. Has done us proud without Hugo.
— Ricky Sacks 🎙 (@RickSpur) September 29, 2018
What a bargain we have found here in Gazza a clean sheet stunning saves and another top goalie in our squad COYS
— Darrell Hegerty (@darrellh59) September 29, 2018
He’s doing well, our Paulo! Watch out Hugo! #COYS
— Ian Graves (@Two2sheds) September 29, 2018
— David Bugg (@BuggDavid) September 30, 2018
Should have been in the team before that clown threw 2 in against Liverpool. Poch was way to loyal to Vorm.
— Gareth Ward (@GarethWspurs) September 29, 2018
— Richie Bradford (@Richie___B) September 29, 2018
Gazza I think will eventually be our No 1 goalie of choice.
Lets not knock Vorm, as he has filled in well for Hugo when called upon in the past.
It’s a tough choice for Potch now as far as goalies go. Not many clubs have that choice when it comes to goalies.#COYS
— Tom Salter (@salter_tom) October 1, 2018