Finally he is back from injury,already on training ground, it will be curious to see him facing Chelsea

Tottenham midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur has admitted that his injury-time cameo against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Friday night came over a month earlier than his doctors initially suspected following his brutal knee injury back in February.
The star had been on a eight-month recovery programme, which has seen him miss Spurs’ last 28 matches in all competitions, including the fantastic ten-game unbeaten Premier League run to kick-off Ange Postecoglou’s reign at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. However, the 26-year-old’s return to football was met with huge cheers from the travelling support as he was pushed towards the away stand to be saluted.
Before his appearance against the Eagles last week, Bentancur had been seen in training videos, doing one-to-one drills and gym exercises and was expected to be out until at least late November to early December. But following the star’s unexpected return, Postecoglou highlighted his work ethic in training as a key reason why he’s able to be out there so quickly.

He said: “All footballers feel for players like Rodrigo. He had such a good start to his Tottenham career and then it’s hard when you’re doing rehab on your own and you just want to be part of the group.

“He’s been busting my door down for weeks to train with the group and right behind him has been the medical team saying that’s not going to happen. I am really pleased to get him out there.
He has looked good in training and it’s a bonus for me because I haven’t had to use him yet. It just adds to our depth and I am really pleased for him and so are the guys.”






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