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Sky Sport pundit rains on Tottenham player for his performance against Burnley

Guglielmo Vicario, the goalkeeper for Tottenham Hotspur, had a miraculous performance on Saturday against Burnley.

Clinton Morrison, who was covering the game for Soccer Saturday, witnessed Spurs’ outstanding performance at Turf Moor.

When visiting Burnley, Tottenham hasn’t always had the best luck.

A recent game was called off owing to heavy snow just before the start.

On the other hand, Saturday’s Tottenham away fans enjoyed a considerably better afternoon.

Despite the hosts’ first goal, scored by Lyle Foster, Tottenham was by much the superior team, scoring five straight goals before Josh Brownhill’s late consolation.

The South Korean will feel more assured thanks to Son Heung-min’s hat-trick after stepping in for Richarlison as the center forward.

Guglielmo Vicario deserves praise for occasionally keeping Tottenham in the match against Burnley despite the final result.

The lively, aggressive game that Ange Postecoglou sets up for his team can occasionally leave them vulnerable at the back.

This implies that the Italian will occasionally be required to save his squad, as happened on Saturday.

Vicario impresses for Tottenham against Burnley

Morrison, who was covering the game for Soccer Saturday, said, “What a save! Josh Brownhill had sent a nice pass to Lyle Foster.

Foster made a break through and the ball deflected off Cristian Romero as it was headed in, but Guglielmo Vicario made a fantastic stop.

“The save from Vicario is fantastic, but the block from Romero is decent. Still 3-1.”

Although Guglielmo Vicario has joined Spurs this summer, he hasn’t always garnered media attention.

Because of the way Postecoglou plays, the team’s attackers will always receive greater attention.

However, the Italian is a crucial member of Postecoglou’s leadership team and has already been included.

His colleagues are already huge admirers of the way he plays, and unlike Hugo Lloris, he appears to be very at ease with the ball in his hands.

Tottenham supporters will be happy that they seem to have found a decent replacement for the French World Cup champion after Burnley struggled to get past Vicario on Saturday.

In the coming week, he will now be aiming to win his first senior international cap with Italy.

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