Tottenham Hotspur’s defender, Cristian Romero, showcased his prowess by completing the full 90 minutes in Argentina’s 1-0 victory over Brazil last night.

Despite missing Tottenham’s recent game against Wolves due to a three-match suspension, Romero’s return to international action has garnered attention.

Romero, a standout performer for Spurs under Ange Postecoglou, has been on the sidelines following a red card in the match against Chelsea.

His absence has been felt, and the international break provides an opportunity for Romero to regain match fitness before returning to action next month.

The Argentine defender faced the daunting task of handling Arsenal’s attacking duo, Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus, in the match against Brazil.

Argentine media outlet TyC Sports awarded Romero a perfect 10 out of 10 rating for his stellar performance, labeling him a ‘beast.’

The media praised his personality, scoring ability, and defensive prowess, highlighting a moment where he prevented a goal.

Romero’s exceptional form this season had been a crucial factor for Tottenham, and his partnership with Micky van de Ven had been flourishing.

Although van de Ven is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury, Romero’s imminent return is eagerly anticipated by Spurs.

Eric Dier’s compatibility with Postecoglou’s style has been questionable, making Romero’s return to his peak form crucial for Tottenham’s success.


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