After Juan Foyth’s full debut for Argentina, Tottenham have broken their club record of the number of full internationals on their books at one time.
According to My Football Facts on Twitter, Spurs currently have 25 full internationals at the club after the Argentine won a man of the match award on his first start.
Paulo Gazzaniga was also called up to the Argentina squad for the first time, but has yet to be used. He could be number 26 before long.
This stat just shows how strong the current Spurs squad is.
The players include:
England – Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, and Harry Winks
Argentina – Erik Lamela and Juan Foyth
Belgium – Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, and Mousa Dembele
France – Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko
Brazil – Lucas Moura
Colombia – Davinson Sanchez
Denmark – Christian Eriksen
Ivory Coast – Serge Aurier
Kenya – Victor Wanyama
Netherlands – Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm
South Korea – Heung Min Son
Spain – Fernando Llorente
USA – Cameron Carter-Vickers
Wales – Ben Davies
Cyprus – Anthony Georgiou
Tottenham Hotspur now have twenty-five Full Internationals on their books after Juan Foyth’s cap for Argentina.
The Club has never had so many at one time in its history #COYS https://t.co/DopoQzXCLJ pic.twitter.com/ndxbK5musC
— My Football Facts (@myfootballfacts) 17 November 2018
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