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Do you think Andreas will make it here. I like him as a player but he is already 22. He for sure needs an opportunity next year. Next year will be make or break it time for him. Supremely talented player.
i didn't think lingard would make it given his age and when he was going out on loan at andreas' age. i think he should get next season to stay in and around the squad and then a decision should be made next summer.
2 assists vs Arsenal (1-3 W), MOTM candidate vs Chelsea (2-1 W), 2 goals vs City (2-3 W) and an assist vs Spurs (2-1 W) for Pogba, who doesn’t perform in big games.

And yet again Harry Kane went missing in a big game, but he's not Paul Pogba so no one will talk about that 🤔
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He was really poor after his injury. He is slowly getting back to his best and now he has added big game performances to that.
Kane has not been himself for last few weeks. It always happens when he's getting back from injury. Nothing to do with that game in particular. Odd comparison.
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While tbf kane came back from a ligament injury a lot quicker than probably most expected, he often does nothing against us anyways. I think he has just one goal against us in his career? We are kind of used to him being anonymous.

With pogba, I think he has proven he has quality and shouldn't be doubted. What we want from him is consistency. We've seen a lot more of that this season, and really the long injury is what cut short his form starting the season.

Next year I hope we get another more defensive minded midfielder to give him a bit more license to get forward. As it stands just himself and Sanchez are the players cresting chances in the final third. They need to have the freedom to create so others can score. Or better yet, freedom to get into the box to score.
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@Wingson I am not undermining Kane. Just pointing out the fact that the amount of criticism Pogba gets is unreal. Had he been English, with his recent performances, the English media would have already declared him the best midfielder in the world
^Exactly. Its not okay for Pogba to come back from injury and perform poorly while others are allowed to do so it seems. ABU
i think its the dingus liverpool fans who criticize pogba the most, probably because pogba already has more medals in his 2 years at OT than what liverpool have managed in 10 years lol


some of them even tried comparing coutinho to pogba - a[pparently coutinho has more EPL goals this season than Pogba, all fair except Pogba has been injured for many games and also is top 4 in assists

ofcourse pogba has to improve his consistency a lot
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Definitely doesn't have anything to do with the exorbitant transfer fee...
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Something to do with his hair?
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It has everything to do with what Club he plays for.
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Pogba finally making impact and making winning contributions in big games....I have been critical of him for disappearing in big games. So, it wont be fair not to mentioned when he is starting to show-up in big games and playing to his potential. Kudos to him!
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Good lad. I was going to say the same thing but forgot. We like to criticize Pogba for underperforming. Today and against City he's shown the maturity and control that he's capable of. We need to see it from him on a game-to-game basis, kinda the epitome of our squad as a whole
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I wonder if you still believe Herrera is better lol
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^LOL
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yes last season Herrera had better season compare to Pogba.

Only a deluded hardcore Pogba fan would disagree lol. Atleast i admit if i have made wrong judgment rather than making blind argument.
If i remember correctly you said Herrera was a better player than Pogba full stop. Nothing to do with their form last season. Cmon now.
Maybe the loss to West brom was a a blessing in disguise.

It seems as though the team spent the last 5 days training in Fulham instead of going back to Manchester. They had a lot of time to prepare for the match and remain focused on their jobs. That's good management.
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Also, don't overlook the fact that we've improved so much at coming back after conceding the first goal. This was something I hardly remember us doing last season, but we've done it against the big clubs this time around--Chelsea, City, Spurs.
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Watching the highlights, think Lloris would have saved both the goals. First one VOrm didnt even move, and 2nd one he let it right through him? Lol will take it... to the finals!!
Fake news, vorm didn't move because he had no chance to save it, it was a clever finish from Sanchez. And lloris I think was kept out, I think in part, because he's not been in good form, I believe he made a costly error just last match. Vorm had played all their fa cup matches this season until this one

Second goal is debateable, the shot was not in the corner. I think a top keeper is probably in better position to save it but it was still a good strike from herrera.
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lol I dont think even DDG wouldve saved the first one, it was unorthodox classy finish by Sanchez
That first goal was class, the way Sanchez just cushioned the header.
Agree with SIF

@Vaaz - You could also say that had Pochetino played Kane, we would have lost the game. If you know what I mean! :P
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Professionalism personified. Make no doubt about it, we have big game players suited for these moments.

It's just a matter of extending that maturity and clinical nature, to use PaddySpurs' phrase below, to every other game.
Lol best moment of the match was Ali's celebration. When you score a goal and celebrate like that, but don't win, it's just pure comedy. Reminds me of pardew's little dance on the touchline.
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haha, never dance at Wembley unless the game is over
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Sanchez proved his quality and our decision to swap Mkhi for him was spot on.
From what we seen with Mkhi in 2 years, he never would have had the kinda impact Sanchez had on today's game. Mkhi never turned up in so many games, just went missing.
Alexie on the other hand even if he doest have a great game in attack keeps working hard, tracking back, making runs, looking to create chances...great fit in a Mou team
+1
Without mkhi we don't win the Europa league last year, he scored in some big league matches for us too...

That said, I think Sanchez is undoubtedly a better player.
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^ for a moment i was like: who the hell is mkhibwe?
sounds like an actual african name :D

EDIT: thanks SIF, now my comment is irrelevant
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Do you even believe in what you say Vaaz? LOL
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Yeah i make an absurd amount of typos these days, I usually come back later and find them though lol.
Yes, Sanchez for Mikhi was a brilliant move. Mkhi has had good games but Sanchez is completely a different cup of tea. Mkhi is very inconsistent.
Don't you think getting Sanchez hampers the chances of getting Griezmann?
Griezmann is going to Barca, that ship sailed on us last season
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Well played, that was the maturity and clinical prowess that us at Spurs aspire to. You fully deserve the victory and I hope you thrash Chelsea in the finals. Absolutely gutted but got beaten by the more professional team and manager.
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Honestly thought you guys would run away with the game, similar to the earlier league meeting. The first goal, and for about 10 minutes after that Spurs were all over our defence and that Eriksen miss proved crucial.
Sanchez goal changed the picture
jones scolded smalling 😁
+3
If you mean the last second one, I thought they were just pumped up they got the job done tonight.
It was not scolding. He was pumping him up. Smalling gets too much hate from people.


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