How Sergio Reguilon rides the energy of his teammates during celebrations

Tottenham Hotspur under Antonio Conte are finally beginning to click. 

With 5 wins in their last 6 in the Premier League, Spurs have become firm top 4 favourites.

Deployed in the Italian’s customary 3-4-3, with new additions in the form of Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski, the Lilywhites look determined. 

A staple of Conte’s system are the wingbacks and at his disposal are the likes of Emerson Royal, Matt Doherty, Sergio Reguilon etc. Reguilon, in particular, does not seem to be the preferred choice in recent weeks. 

However, he seems to be relishing a different role, the former Real Madrid player is Spurs’ very own hype man. 

The importance of positive vibes for any team’s success cannot be understated, and the 25-year-old has no shortage of those. This complication highlights that aspect, as it stitches together different instances of Reguilon mimicking his teammates’ celebration. 

Reggy (right) in sync with Harry Kane

It begins with him copying Harry Kane‘s jump, followed up by empathic chest bumps with Kulusevski.

Reguilon (left) getting weird with Kulusevski

The last two instances both show the fullback copying Son Heung-min’s signature hand gesture, which truly radiates little brother vibes. 

Reguilon (right) copying Son

It’s always helpful to have a teammate who can match your enthusiasm and energy, Reguilon certainly seems to fill that role. 

Tottenham welcomes Brighton next, a win would keep them in 4th place ahead of Arsenal, who trail by 3 points but have a game in hand.