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‘Starboy’: Pedro Porro simply blown away by £14.5m Tottenham Hotspur player 

Tottenham Hotspur defender Pedro Porro has praised midfielder Pape Matar Sarr after beating Sheffield United on Saturday afternoon.

Pedro Porro, Pape Matar Sarr’s colleague at Tottenham Hotspur, called him a “starboy” for his continued success in the Premier League.

Even in the best of circumstances, Tottenham fans experience a wide spectrum of emotions, but Saturday was different.

Spurs pounded Sheffield United’s goal but were unable to score until Gustavo Hamer put the Blades in ahead.

However, Tottenham pulled off a miraculous late comeback when Richarlison headed in an Ivan Perisic corner, which was followed by complete chaos.

Richarlison found Dejan Kulusevski to fire home a dramatic winner as Spurs scored two injury-time goals to snatch all three points.

Pedro Porro impressed with Pape Matar Sarr

Ange Postecoglou’s young Tottenham team keeps acing games.

With Postecoglou in charge, young players are forming bonds and developing a sense of family.

Pape Matar Sarr, who had little action under Antonio Conte last season, is one player who has truly made an impact this year.

Sarr made headlines when he scored a goal against Manchester United in August, but he is now consistently making an impact as a box-to-box midfielder.

The 21-year-old, who is still a rookie in the Premier League, has recently received praise from teammate Pedro Porro.

Following the appearance of a video of the couple celebrating at full-time, Porro took to Twitter to refer to Sarr as “my starboy.”

Fans would love to see more of these celebrations moving forward because the two seem to have developed a genuine relationship at Tottenham.

Sarr turns in another all-action display

In the Tottenham midfield, Sarr has been a breath of fresh air, and he gave a solid effort against Sheffield United.

The £14.5 million former Metz star made two crucial passes, two shots that were on goal, one interception, and one successful dribble against the Blades.

Sarr is starting to have an impact on the game; in each of his four Premier League starts, he has contributed at least one assist and at least one shot on goal.

He has the intelligence to cover for Porro down the right side while also providing Tottenham with a very valuable surge through the middle.

Sarr appears to have enormous potential and, right now, it looks like Postecoglou is the right man to help him progress.


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