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‘I have no words’ – International boss blown away by Tottenham star last night

Argentina boss Lionel Scaloni was blown away by the performance that Cristian Romero delivered to help the world champions emerge 1-0 winners over Ecuador.

Romero has had a strong start to the season for Tottenham, and he is no longer the clumsy defender we saw for the majority of last season, but rather the player he was when he first joined the team in 2021.

The center-back has established himself as the captain of Spurs’ inexperienced defense, and Ange Postecoglou has now named him the team’s new vice-captain.

He has not only contributed two goals in the first four Premier League games, including a thunderous shot into the top corner in Tottenham’s 5-2 victory over Burnley last Saturday, but he has also been a rock at the back for his team.

Argentina boss blown away by Cristian Romero

Now that Scaloni has been rendered speechless by Romero’s performance in the World Cup qualifying victory over Ecuador, it appears as though the 25-year-old has transferred his club form to the international stage.

I have no words to express what Cuti Romero did in the match, the Albiceleste manager told D-Sports. People encourage him during the home games, and he starts to believe he can run 70 meters. He is a talented center back and had a fantastic performance.

There is constant worry that Romero would sustain an injury during the break because we are aware that he gives 110% every single time he enters the field.


Breaking news:Agreement reached: Tottenham say “very technical” player has now left Spurs

He’s departed after Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele.

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to offload another player following the departures of both Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele to Galatasaray, with news coming to light on Maksim Paskotsi.

Who has left Spurs this summer?

Over the past few months, Ange Postecoglou has successfully managed to significantly downsize his team.

The head coach of the Lilywhites granted the go-ahead for players like Dane Scarlett, Joe Rodon, Harry Winks, Alfie Devine, and Troy Parrott to leave either permanently or on loan during the summer transfer window.

The star striker Harry Kane’s multimillion-pound transfer to Bayern Munich may have been the hardest to accept because worries about Tottenham’s perceived firepower without the Englishman started to arise.

Even Nevertheless, the north Londoners have benefited from Kane’s absence as Postecoglou reorganizes the team to play his exhilarating, electrifying brand of “Ange-ball”

Prior to the international break, Spurs secured stunning victories in the Premier League over Man United, Bournemouth, and Burnley, scoring nine goals in the process and effectively ending the Kane era.

Additionally, Sanchez, a defender, left Tottenham for Galatasaray on a permanent basis, and Ndombele was loaned to the same team by chairman Daniel Levy of Tottenham.

Journalist Dean Jones told GiveMeSport that the latter player’s predicament was particularly “very strange” and that Ndombele had to go.

Jones added, “The Ndombele situation has been very peculiar.”

“He should be one of the Premier League’s top midfielders, but he’s never managed to grasp the opportunities. In the end, I am told that Tottenham were desperate to get him out the door.

He was given a second chance by Ange Postecoglou this summer to establish himself and demonstrate that he might have a future at the club, but he failed to impress, and they just didn’t have place for passengers, so he was forced to move on.

As long as the Turkish window is open, rumors continue to surround players like Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who was unable to finalize a transfer before September 1, and goalie Hugo Lloris.

The age of Postecoglou has exploded into existence, and several team members, like center-back Eric Dier, have very unsure futures under the Australian.

What will be intriguing to watch is which veteran players leave after Sanchez and Ndombele.

Makisim Paskotsi, 20, has reportedly left Spurs to join the Swiss team Grasshoppers. This is according to Spurs themselves.

Despite some early plaudits for his enormous potential, the Estonian international has signed with them on a permanent basis and is now permanently departing the club.

Paskotsi did in fact make an appearance for the first team, making his debut in the first leg of their 2021 UEFA Europa Conference League play-off match against Pacos de Ferreira.

What’s been said about Maksim Paskotsi?

Despite commentator John Wenham earlier praising the defender’s potential, he simply wasn’t given enough opportunities at Spurs.

In 2021, Wenham said of him, “He came in and instantly made an impression for the Under 18s.”

“As a center back, he scored five goals in a very short period of time, three of them were volleys.We are discussing an extremely technical player who, last season, was called up to the Estonian national team because of a COVID epidemic.

Interestingly, he has maintained his position in that lineup and has six caps at the age of 18.

“People may not think much of Estonia but they have had some decent results. They beat Finland and Belarus and they came away from Wales with a very creditable draw.”

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