Some of Tottenham’s 11 loan players have definitely caught the eye with their appearances across Europe this week.
The Spurs have a large group of players away from the club and trade in England, Scotland, France, Spain and Sweden, all trying to make Tottenham’s staff, as well as team coach Antonio Conte, to watch out. Some of the players were sent out to expand their experience in the senior game, some just to take a few minutes and others to put them on display before possible summer moves.
See how the big loan team of Spurs did last week.
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Young Lo Celso (Villarreal)
Lo Celso enjoyed more joy in the Champions League as they played the entire match as Villarreal surprised Bayern Munich in the middle of the week with a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena to take their place in the semi-finals.
Sky Sports gave the Argentine one eight in the player rankings for his performance against the German giants. Lo Celso took part in Villarreal’s crucial goal of the night, rushed up to the pitch and slipped a ball into Gerard Moreno. He made the square for Samuel Chukwueze, who lifted his finish over Manuel Neuer to stun the home team.
Lo Celso, who was named player of the match in the first leg, had just 29 minutes left in Saturday’s 2-1 win over Getafe in La Liga as Villarreal boss Unai Emery continues to start him in the Champions League and rests. from the starting lineup in the league in recent weeks.
Lo Celso has now made 14 appearances for Emery’s team since the end of his transfer from Tottenham.
Brian Gill (Valencia)
Gil returned to action after a hip injury with 74 minutes to go as Valencia lost 2-1 at home to Osasuna in La Liga on Saturday. The 21-year-old was on the left wing and completed a basic pass, a dribble and a shot at goal in a sluggish performance.
Valencia travel to Villarreal on Tuesday night with Gill and Lo Celso reunited, but all eyes will be on this weekend as Gill hopes to line up for the Copa del Rey final against Real Betis on Saturday. night.
The La Liga club will want Gil to be perceptive for that match, as they quickly became a large part of their team with 12 appearances for the Spanish team, scoring one assist after being replaced by Tottenham.
Tanguy Ndombele (Λυών)
It has been a frustrating week for Ndombele. The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered an injury ahead of Lyon’s second Europa League quarter-final clash with West Ham and managed just 45 minutes a night as the French side slipped into a 3-0 home defeat.
The midfielder then did not appear in Lyon’s Ligue 1 game on Sunday as he won 6-1 at home against Bordeaux.
Pape Matar Shar (Mets)
Sarr made his first consecutive Ligue 1 start for Metz since October, drawing 1-1 at the bottom of the table with Clermont on Sunday.
The 19-year-old impressed with a busy appearance as an attacking midfielder at the top of a diamond in the midfield and the teenager grabbed an assist. Saar quickly grabbed a loose ball in the first half and played a momentary, perfectly balanced ball between the lines to Nicolas de Preville, who ran to take Metz to the lead.
Clermont counterattacked with an equalizer before the Mets reduced to 10 players after a red card, but kept a point.
Shar was WhoScoredThe player of the match with a score of 7.51, which included two basic passes and one shot on target, as well as three tackles and two outs.
It was a difficult development season for Sarr with Metz at the bottom of Ligue 1, two points behind Bordeaux and five points behind 18th-placed Clermont, who are in the relegation play-offs.
The teenager has now played 28 times for the French international this season before aiming to show Tottenham what he wants when he returns to the N17 this summer.
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic)
With Carter-Vickers already winning the legendary spot at Celtic earlier this month scoring the winning goal in the Old Firm Derby and being named a defensive player for the job, he could not prevent the Rangers from taking revenge at half time. -Scotland Cup. final at the weekend.
The 24-year-old played all 120 minutes and hit the crossbar with an effort before the game went to extra time and the team with the blues won the day.
Carter-Vickers scored eight points out of Scottish Daily Express with the critique: “Another good performance from the center midfielder, he was a few inches away from the second goal after his effort hit the crossbar that could have ended the game.”
Carter-Vickers’s loan was a huge success and Celtic are expected to make the choice to buy him, who football.london understands that it is about 6 million £ ahead with possible additives that could eventually make it 10 million £ in total. The central defender is also believed to be of interest to many Premier League clubs.
The 24-year-old has four goals and one assist from his 39 games in all competitions for Celtic so far in this big campaign in his career.
Troy Parrott (MK Dons)
Troy Parrott scored another great shot and scored six goals in eight games for club and country, although he could not prevent MK Dons’s 15-match unbeaten run that ended in a 3-2 home defeat by the other contender for promotion of League One, Sheffield Wednesday.
The 20-year-old ran and scored a clever finish over the goalkeeper, something that a defensive defender could only help over the line.
The MK Citizen gave Parrott a seven in their players’ standings, with the phrase: “He scored very well and showed magical eyes.”
Prior to the match, he was the captain of MK Dean Lewington referred to in that newspaper about his connection to Parrott and how the Irishman has settled into the club.
“I have always had good relations with Troy,” said the captain. “He does some very good runs and he is easy to spot as a defender. Some players can pick their tracks early and with Troy, I immediately felt where he was going. He is dedicated to these runs back and it is good to see him finish now. ».
The captain added: “He is an extremely popular member of the team. When you go down one or two levels, you play through these ugly spells, you learn about yourself and what you have to do.
“All the new players will experience this at some point, and Troy has been killed, he has taken care of himself and he is doing it in training. His form is back, his goals are back and he is back as a better player than he was in the beginning.”
Parrott has now played 42 times this season, scoring nine goals and giving six assists on a good loan to Milton Keynes.
Kion Etete (Cheltenham Town)
Another 20-year-old Spurs striker enjoyed a good match as Etete emerged as the top scorer for Cheltenham Town at the weekend as they drew 2-2 at home with Gillingham.
Etete was involved in the first goal of the draw of Cheltenham, broke out at the top and after the shot of Alfie May, the goalkeeper repulsed, so Calum Wright sent the ball. Gillingham took the lead again, but Etete scored the equalizer 12 minutes ago with a header from six meters after a corner fell to him.
Etete had less joy on Easter Monday, playing again in the 90th minute as Cheltenham lost 3-0 to Lincoln City.
The big forward has now played 12 times for League One’s Cheltenham, scoring three goals and having three assists, after the first half of the season, when he was on loan at League Two in Northampton, scoring six goals and giving two assists. 23 games.
Jack Clark (Sunderland)
Clarke got a crucial assist on Friday to help Sunderland beat Shrewsbury 3-2 at home in League One.
The 21-year-old played all 90 minutes and won a six in Chronicle Live Critics’ scores from the match with the critique: “He caused trouble for Shrewsbury when he went to the left and assisted the Broadhead winner.”
On Easter Monday, he took another full match, mainly as a full back, as Sunderland tied 0-0 in Plymouth.
The 21-year-old has now played 15 games for the sixth team of League One, scoring once and giving two assists, as they seek to find their way back to the Championship.
Niall John (Charlton Athletic)
The transfer of John on loan to Charlton continues to come without a minute of first team football and he was left out of the mission again on Friday for the 3-2 defeat at home by Morecambe.
The 19-year-old was an unused substitute on five occasions for Charlton and was sidelined for a total of 10 other League One games. Addicks boss Johnnie Jackson last month explained the lack of playing time for John and Chelsea loanee Juan Castillo.
“I have players in those positions who are currently in front of them,” said the former Spurs man. South London Press. “I judge every day for what I see in training. There were opportunities. Niall was unlucky because he did not have many opportunities.
“Juan had some opportunities that he did not really take advantage of. Niall can consider himself unlucky that he did not have opportunities. I tried to bring him to the pitch at certain times, but the nature of the games and the state of the game making early changes to some games prevented me from doing that. “
Alfie Whitman (Degersforce)
The 23-year-old goalkeeper was back in goal as Degefors suffered three consecutive defeats to start the Swedish Allsvenskan season as they lost 2-0 on Sunday in Kalmar.
Whiteman did his part to keep Degerfors in Sweden’s top division last season and will hope to impress again during this campaign. The Spurs also have the option of withdrawing him as part of the loan deal if he needed it back.
Kacper Kurylowicz (Potters Bar Town)
The goalkeeper is on loan to non-league champions Potters Bar Town, who play in the Isthmian Premier League, and can train and play for the Spurs U23 when required.
Kurylowicz was among the sticks on Easter Monday as Town lost 2-0 at home in their derby against Enfield Town and the Spurs stopper was also in goal on Saturday as Potters Bar lost 3-0 at Bishop’s Stortford.