Ryan Sessegnon has been voted as Hoffenheim’s Player of the Month for November after impressing recently for the Bundesliga side.
And the winner is… 🥁
➡️ @RyanSessegnon ⬅️
— TSG Hoffenheim EN (@tsghoffenheimEN) December 2, 2020
Sessegnon did not get as much game time at Spurs as he would have wanted last season and his prospects of doing so this season appeared to be much slimmer after Sergio Reguilon arrived in North London during the previous transfer window.
Tottenham subsequently made the decision to send the England Under-21 international to Hoffenheim on a season-long loan and his spell in Germany got off to a rocky start.
The 20-year-old found himself being overlooked by Sebastian Hoeness in the first few matches and had to be content with minutes in the Europa League.
November certainly did not get off to the best of starts for Sessegnon as he was the target of online racial abuse following his Bundesliga debut in the 3-1 defeat to Union Berlin.
However, the youngster has shown tremendous character since then to put in fantastic performances and seems to have won the Hoffenheim fans over.
He scored in the 1-1 draw against Stuttgart late last month and followed it up by delivering a brilliant cross for Bebou to level the score in the 1-1 draw at Mainz last weekend.
Sessegnon took to social media to admit his delight at taking home November’s Player of the Month award:
Means a lot to have been voted by the fans as the @tsghoffenheim Player of the Month and appreciate all the support I've been given since joining. Enjoying being a part of the team and will keep working hard to achieve our goals for this season. Vielen Dank! 🙏🏿 💙 #TSG pic.twitter.com/jpkFvbpaI4
— Ryan Sessegnon (@RyanSessegnon) December 2, 2020
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