‘Bravo’: Davinson Sanchez impresses with £26m Tottenham star on international duty

Davinson Sanchez praised Dejan Kulusevski on Instagram after the Tottenham Hotspur winger was on international duty for Sweden.

The 23-year-old scored a goal on Saturday as Sweden beat Estonia 5-0 in their Euro 2024 qualifier – meaning the Swedes are still four points behind second-placed Austria and leaders Belgium with five games to go.

Whatever the case, Dejan Kulusevski has helped ensure they will fight until the end to secure their ticket to Germany next summer, with the Tottenham winger taking his Premier League form to the international stage.

Spurs are flying under Ange Postecoglou, unbeaten in their first four games and scoring loads of goals.

Last season, Kulusevski’s form dipped a bit after he first joined the club on loan from Juventus in January and followed that up with a fairly quick and impressive start. He has since secured a £27million transfer to the London club (Evening Standard).

But now the left-footed technician is showing his old form and showing when he has made it InstagramIn the comments section of his post, Davinson Sanchez wrote “Bravo, Dejan” on his former teammate’s performance, while Pierluigi Gollini added “big Brodi.”

Kulusevski’s form is increasing

On transfer deadline day, Spurs brought additional competition into the squad with Welsh international Brennan Johnson.

The 22-year-old’s two preferred positions are either in the middle or most likely on the right side.

Well, considering Kulusevski plays there and has only played so far, any loss of form will now be fully aware of him and he will start warming up the bench.

And if he shows the form he showed when he first joined the club, he will become one of Postecoglou’s most dangerous and efficient strikers.

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Emma Bowman

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