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‘Quite brilliant’ – Garth Crooks names one Spurs star in his Team of the Week

Richarlison is the only Tottenham star to be named in Gareth Crooks’ Team of the Week, with the former Spurs player lavishing praise on the Brazilian for his match-winning cameo.

Richarlison has had a very challenging start to the season for both club and nation, and he disclosed this week that in addition to those difficulties, he has also experienced some difficulties in his personal life. As a result, he intends to seek “psychological help” (Globo Esporte).

Ange Postecolgou said on Friday that the forward will receive all the support he needs. Since the 25-year-old made that admission, everyone at Spurs has rallied around him (Football.London).

Given that he saved Tottenham on Saturday, it is safe to conclude that Richarlison will now feel better about how things are going in his professional life.

The striker came off the bench to help the home team dramatically turn the game around by scoring a goal and assisting Dejan Kulusevski’s game-winning goal.

After the game, the former Everton man was mobbed by his teammates, with Son Heung-min even pushing him towards the front of the post-match celebrations so that he could bask in the appreciation of the Spurs fans (Football.London).

Richarlison makes PL Team of the Week

Richarlison was commended by Crooks for his selflessness in identifying Kulusevski rather than trying for goal himself.

The Tottenham star’s goal and an assist from a man who has obviously been struggling with his form since he joined Spurs transformed the outcome of the game against Sheffield United, the analyst said in his column for BBC Sport.

“Richarlison’s movement for his headed equalizer was fairly impressive, but it was his selflessness and ability to find the pass for Dejan Kulusevski to score once inside the box that gave Tottenham the victory.

“I’ve previously voiced my disapproval of this player. His actions have in the past seemed pretty childish to me.

However, the Brazilian’s strength and bravery are evident in the fact that he played for his nation during the middle of the week, made it back in time to play for his club despite concerns about the status of his mental health, came on as a substitute, and had such a significant impact on a game. May it go on forever.

Richarlison needs a confidence boost like this to help him get back on track. The 26-year-old’s next time on the field, I fully anticipate him to be a completely different player.

There has never really been any question about his potential, so let’s hope that the floodgates now open for him in front of goal.

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