Tottenham bounced back to winning ways in the Champions League after a disappointing loss to Monaco on match-day 1. A tight match, with Spurs winning 1-0 against a resolute CSKA Moscow side in Russia.
Georges-Kévin Nkoudou vs. CSKA Moscow:
33 minutes played
93% pass accuracy
1 chance created
4 take-ons completed
100% tackles won pic.twitter.com/As61K2FcQq
— Spurs Stat Man (@SpursStatMan) September 28, 2016
The lone goal in the match came from the certified “man on fire” at the moment, Son Heung-Min.
The goal came in the 70th minute, after Mauricio Pochettino took off Vincent Janssen and replaced the Dutchman with new summer signing Georges N’Koudou.
The young Frenchman, signed from Marseille, had an instant impact, winning a corner which Lamela almost fired in. He was also seen covering quite a bit of the grass and at a blistering pace.
The winger consistently troubled the Moscow defense with his speed and in the process procured more space for his more creative teammates to thrive in. Check out the highlights below!
— Retro 4-4-2 (@Retro442) September 28, 2016
His performance certainly delighted Poch and most definitely the fans. Spurs have an abundance of talent for the future in their ranks and Georges N’Koudou could certainly be a big part of it if his performance last night is anything to go by.
Check out the reactions below!
George Kevin Nkoudou's pace will be a huge asset, coming on against tiring defences this season. Was impressed with his cameo.
— James Forster (@TheJamesForster) September 27, 2016
Nkoudou is a fantastic dribbling talent…reminds me a little of Aaron Lennon. Promising!! #COYS
— Tottenham Hotspur (@LWOS_Tottenham) September 27, 2016
Considering Nkoudou was only on the pitch for about 20 minutes 4 take-ons is pretty impressive. https://t.co/8sUx8dpHQK
— The Poch Effect (@RabonaMerchant) September 28, 2016
@27Dibs We was the bollocks start to finish and how good did Nkoudou look when he come on!! Come Sunday only Undefeated team in prem 🙃
— SIMMO™ (@tomsims20) September 28, 2016
MOTM NKOUDOU. Anyone who disagrees is a gooner
— Habibullah Khan (@Huk06) September 27, 2016