In Focus: Kyle Walker-Peters

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur romped to victory for the second straight game today, putting five past Bournemouth to follow up their six against Everton at the weekend.

Heung Min Son grabbed his back-to-back brace, with other goals coming from Kane, Moura, and Eriksen.

This vital win moved Spurs up to second today, as Manchester City fell to a 2-1 defeat away to Leicester.

However, despite all this exciting and dynamic forward action, my man of the match goes to a defender.

Kyle Walker-Peters’ Tottenham career took an awkward turn in the final Champions League group stage match this season.

The young man was drafted in due to injuries to Aurier and Trippier, and then made a costly mistake in the 7th minute, leading to a Barcelona goal.

Fast forward to his next Premier League start for the club, and KWP has clearly put that mistake behind him.

The right back chalked up a hat trick of assists in just one half of football today, putting him above David Silva, Riyad Mahrez, and Mesut Ozil in the assist charts for this season.

What a game from the young full back!

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