Eriksen smoking in a corner

28 minutes against Norwich in Wednesday seems to be the last for Christian Eriksen in a Tottenham shirt. He stepped well enough out of the bus with teammates

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
25 January 2020 Saturday 13:00
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Eriksen smoking in a corner

28 minutes against Norwich in Wednesday seems to be the last for Christian Eriksen in a Tottenham shirt.

He stepped well enough out of the bus with teammates at St. Mary's Stadium in Southampton on Saturday afternoon. However, there were neither traces of Eriksen in the starting eleven or on the bench, but in 'a corner'.

It is, of course, along with Tottenham and Inter, according to the English and Italian media agree on a price of about 150 million crowns for the 27-year-old dane.

Therefore is expected of Christian Eriksen to attend the Inters Serie A match against Cagliari at the San Siro in Milan on Sunday, before he claimed to be through the mandatory medical checkup on Monday. It is believed José Mourinho apparently was not compatible with having to play Tottenham on FA Cup day, but I drove two hours to the south, he had, however, despite everything, is not cheating for.

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José Mourinho found no place for Christian Eriksen - neither on the pitch or the bench. Photo: Peter Nicholls/Ritzau Scanpix

From the grandstand, the locker room or where Christian Eriksen has now found itself in the course of the fight, he could see teammates get more great deals in the first half, but neither Son Heung-Min or Lucas Moura managed to exchange large omstillingschancer to føringsmål.

Argentine Giovani Lo Celso had good enough ball in the box after half an hour of play, but referee Peter Knock, cancelled properly the scoring, because Son Heung-Min fixed the ball the last piece from his offside position.

Southampton had, of course, captain Pierre-Emile Højbjerg in the starting line-up, while Jannik Vestergaard like Eriksen was completely out of the squad. Also, he is linked with a change of clubs before the transfer window slams in on Friday.

Wigan were close to being able to cheer with teammates, when Danny Ings at the end of the first half rounded Hugo Lloris, but englænderens end was heroically saved on the line of Japhet Tanganga. Ings was also close to the beginning of the second half when a nifty end went close past Hugo Lloris' one bead. In addition, after fine processing from the opgørets the only dane.

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Pierre-Emile Højbjerg played a fine match at Southampton's central midfield. Photo: GLYN KIRK/Ritzau Scanpix

Tottenham have not been much in order to get rid Christian Eriksen this winter, but Mourinhos troops pretended not to miss the dane hackney.

the Offensive Parts Alli, Son, Lucas, and Lo Celso owner in the periods, and just under a quarter of an hour after the break there was the bite, when the Son completed the distinguished process from Lo Celso and substituted Erik Lamela by udplacere Angus Gunn with a flat end.

the Spectators had to wait a minute a WAS review, but Parts Allis nudge in the back on Kevin Danso was not judged to be a criminal offence.

The position held up to a few minutes before time, where Serge Aurier unnecessarily threw the ball away on the way forward - the exploited Sofiane Boufal hammer reversal behind Lloris on Danny Ings' perfect presentations.

More were it not for St. Mary's, so the two teams must go out in a new showdown at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to distribute the square in the FA Cup's 5. round.

A showdown, which, with all imaginable likely to be without Christian Eriksen.

Son Heung-Min scored the match's first goal. Photo: GLYN KIRK/Ritzau Scanpix

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