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Nation’s media left impressed with £12m Tottenham player last night after he captains his country

Tottenham Hotspur defender Ben Davies captained Wales to a crucial win over Croatia last night and earned positive reviews from the Welsh media.

Due to Destiny Udogie’s increasing prominence at left-back this season, Davies has had difficulty getting playing time at Tottenham.


The 30-year-old was a staple under Antonio Conte, but under Ange Postecoglou, he has primarily served as a bench player.

However, Davies continues to be an important player for Wales and began last night on the left side of a back three.

The £12 million defender put on a dominant performance to help Wales defeat Croatia 2-1 and maintain their chances of earning a spot in next year’s Euros.

Welsh media impressed with Davies’ latest display


Davies received a seven out of 10 rating from Wales Online for his performance against Croatia on Sunday night.

The outlet lauded the defender for a “assured” captain’s performance because he didn’t make a single mistake on the night.

An assured, reassuring presence on the left side of defense the entire evening, according to the outlet. Steady showing.”

Even though Davies hasn’t often stood out for Spurs over the years, the Welshman has shown to be a reliable performer.

Due to Udogie’s outstanding play at left-back at the present, he is currently in competition for a spot in Postecoglou’s team. He is still a crucial member of the Spurs team, though, and Postecoglou has already used him from the bench many times this year.

Given that Udogie is still healthy, it is obvious that it is doubtful that Davies would rejoin the Tottenham team anytime soon.

However, the full-back will only gain from gaining some crucial playing time over the break for international play before Monday’s match between Tottenham and Fulham.


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The 30-year-old has eight goals in his first seven league games for the Bavarian giants, so despite his impressive record, he cannot pass Kane in the standings.Tel’s performance this season has been deemed “exceptional,” according to Arsenal veteran Thierry Henry, who recently summoned Tel up to his France Under-21 ranks. “I think you’ve been following what he’s been doing,” he replied. “It is amazing to have been involved in eight goals while just making one cup start.

“Starting games for Bayern is difficult, but it’s equally difficult to come on as a substitute ahead of other star players like Thomas Muller. In the short minutes he has, Mathys frequently enters before him and makes a difference.


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