Tottenham fans excited to see Gil in action tonight
Tottenham fans want Bryan Gil to start tonight.
The young Spaniard has got lots of Spurs fans excited.
His slaloming style and ability to beat a man is something the fans love to see.
However, they’ve not seen a lot of Gil so far this season.
He’s been limited to substitute appearances and displays away from the Premier League.
Tonight is his chance to get some minutes under his belt, though.
Nuno has already confirmed that Heung-Min Son and Lucas Moura will remain in London.
That cuts the player standing between Gil and start in half.
Gil would be extremely unlucky not to get any minutes later.
Tottenham fans want Bryan Gil to start tonight
In the Spaniard and Steven Bergwijn, Spurs have two impressive wingers who can provide danger with their direct running.
A first goal for Tottenham for Gil could come tonight.
It would be a moment that the fans would love to see and would savour.
However, that moment is a matter of when and not if it will happen.
Gil is clearly a huge talent and the decision to give him the number 11 shirt is a huge show of faith.
Time will tell whether or not Gil can make himself a Premier League regular at Spurs.
If it does happen, he’d do well to make it happen this season.
At just 20-years-old, though, there’s plenty of time for the fantastic ex-Sevilla man to come good in North London.
Here’s what the fans are saying:
STARBOY— (@Manu23588) October 20, 2021
in the making— Mbowa peter savio (@MbowaSavio) October 20, 2021
Star boy thing— yaw Ghana Spurs (@yaw_merit1) October 20, 2021
The star!— LittleCruyff (@LittleCruyff) October 20, 2021
Our future— Kisitu Robert Tottenham® (@TottenhamKisitu) October 20, 2021
put starboy in!— (@intldepartures_) October 20, 2021
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