Tottenham Hotspur tallied an incredible 5-0 victory over Burnley on Saturday afternoon and it’s safe to say they’ve swiftly managed to move on from that bitter defeat against Manchester United last week.
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Jose Mourinho is currently doing rather well at the helm of Spurs and it seems that multiple players are also enjoying themselves thus far.
One of those players is Lucas Moura, who bagged a goal against Burnley himself and that strike combined with his overall effort prompted plenty of endorsement from many of the fans on social media.
I love you so much
My hero pic.twitter.com/J0A7cCV8Yh
— שושו בלונים (@Coys82131597) December 8, 2019
Excellent performance Lucas ⚪
— Eashan (@EashN17) December 8, 2019
I Loved that I witnessed all your performances in that stand yesterday a real joy to watch. Glad to see you also defending as well as attacking. It does not go unnoticed! Heartfelt congrats to you all, you deserved it.
— TScott (@Trudi123coys) December 8, 2019
— ⚪️Odyssey ⚪️ (@7Sonaldo) December 8, 2019
And even though a goal to his name already suggests he did his share of the work, the fans seem to have noticed that he did much more than just rattle the net.
No clues whatsoever: Which seasons do these iconic Spurs images belong to?
They were quick to praise him for his work-rate and putting so much effort into making sure Spurs tally that big win. And they were not wrong as the 5ft 8 ace registered one key pass, three dribbles, two tackles and two interceptions against Burnley on top of that goal.
By all accounts, it was a great display from the 27-year-old and the fans want him to keep the momentum going.
You worked your socks off for the team yesterday, and a goal, Well done
— Barbara (@Alwaysblue888) December 8, 2019
Keep it up Lucas
— (@yusufdadinho) December 8, 2019
Your work rate on and off the ball was fantastic. Keep it going COYS
— Gerry falco (@jgfalco) December 8, 2019
Brilliant work ethic yesterday Lucas! But also good to see you starting plenty of games as you have always done your best
— gareth steen (@gareth_steen) December 8, 2019
Moura and co. have Bayern Munich next on their schedule and that would definitely be a good time for everyone to step up and make a statement.
Meanwhile, Chelsea really dodged a bullet by not going through with a transfer for a man who was supposed to help them fill Hazard’s void…