Tottenham squad left amazed by one player’s passing during training drill ahead of Sporting Lisbon game
Antonio Conte’s men have been preparing for their second game of the Champions League group stage.
Spurs got off to a winning start last week after beating Marseille 2-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
A brilliant performance from Richarlison got Conte’s side over the line in what was an underwhelming display.
The Italian has been putting his squad through their paces ahead of tonight’s game and surprisingly, Forster seems to have impressed his teammates with his passing ability.
Tottenham squad left amazed by Forster’s passing
And on two occasions Forster produced passes that earned him praise from his teammates.
Two players had to try and win the ball back as part of the drill and Forster played a brilliant pass between the pair.
The goalkeeper tricked Davinson Sanchez into thinking he would pass to one side and then went the other way.
And one person can be heard shouting: “Oh, Frase!”
The 34-year-old may have let the praise go to his head though as he then gave the ball away seconds later.
But he certainly redeemed himself once again after playing a clever pass to Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg
This time someone shouted: “Fraser!”
The English shot stopper joined Spurs this summer after leaving Southampton on a free transfer.
And it seems that he is settling in well in North London, despite the fact he’s yet to make a competitive appearance under Conte.
The former Saints man will certainly provide decent back-up for club captain Hugo Lloris and it’s surprising to see how capable he is with the ball at his feet.
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