Monday afternoon saw Tottenham Hotspur’s Lucas Moura given a well-timed boost – he has been called back into the Brazil national side as a replacement for injured Gremio attacker Everton.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 8, 2018
With a solid start to life at the club in the 2018/19 season with three goals in eleven appearances so far following his £25million arrival back in the 2017/18 January window from Paris Saint-Germain whilst he can undoubtedly improve his goal return, his performance levels have begun really winning fans over.
Having more hit the ground running this year the 35 capped international will be boosted by the news and it should do wonders for his confidence as we know there’s more to come from him, we have to hope this helps that click and we see it when the international break is over and real football can return.
— incognito (@Jamilly121) October 8, 2018
— ￼ (@RyanMasxn8_) October 8, 2018
— Matty Cashmore⚪️ (@CashmoreMatty) October 8, 2018
— George (@5foot11newt) October 8, 2018
Yeah ???? Finally a good Brazilian ???? #COYS
— H (@Lizzardking76) October 8, 2018
— LM27 (@ffsMoura) October 8, 2018
Well deserved!!! Happy for him
— Mariam (@mari_hus) October 8, 2018
Congratulations, well deserved!
— Pochitivity (@spursy1882) October 8, 2018
Great news, Congratulations Lucas!! ????????
— Harsh Mishra (@SimplyWink) October 8, 2018
I swear players go to Tottenham just to get back into their international sides. Another international made by Poch ????????
— ⁴ (@Alderrweireld) October 8, 2018
As much as I’m delighted for Lucas for a much deserved call-up to the Brazil squad it’s yet another player we have to keep an eye on with fear of picking up another injury.
However Moura’s worked so hard to get this chance & it just shows what a full pre-season has done for him.
— Ricky Sacks ???? (@RickSpur) October 8, 2018
Great news for the player and hopefully, as above, we’ll benefit from the confidence boost it brings but there are always concerns over potential injuries whilst away from the club and with Christian Eriksen out we certainly don’t need any unwanted or additional complications ahead of January given our quiet summer.