Maddinson praised 20-year-old team-mate and calls him “beast”

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James Maddinson praised his teammate Destiny Udogie and calls him “beast” after his brilliant performance for Spurs in this current campaign.

Tottenham has been just brilliant under new manager Ange Postecoglou. They’ve won six match out of the eight fixtures in this current campaign.

It’s there best start to a campaign since 1960, as they went onto win double that year. Spurs remain unbeaten in top-flight as supporters are going ecstatic over their club’s top notch form.

After 1:0 victory against Lutton Town at Kenilworth Road as summer signing Micky van de Ven scored the only goal of the match. Postecoglou cheered his team up and insisted on the face that they need to improve. He said :-

“We’ve played some good football and we’ve had all sort of different challenges thrown at us. We’ve been behind in games away from home, we’ve had to score last-minute winners. It’s not like it’s been smooth sailing.

“We’ve had to work awfully hard to be in the position we are and I guess from my perspective it’s great that they’re getting rewarded with results and that can only help us grow as a team. But it’s not like they’re sitting in there thinking we’ve achieved anything. We haven’t achieved anything, all we’ve done is lay some really good foundations. Our goals and ambitions lie in improvement.”

Maddinson terms Udogie as “beast” after his prolific outing

Destiny Udogie has been a sensation for Tottenham since joining from Italian outfit Udinese this summer. His teammate James Maddinson terms him as “beast” due to his powerful style of play. He said :-

“Destiny is just a beast, man. He’s so good. When I talk about learning and adapting with the manager’s new style, him playing inside is not natural to him. He’s still working on that himself.

“He’s actually better on the ball and he can take the ball and dribble in the middle of the pitch and open it up for us. He has got good receiving skills and he’s so powerful and so good.”

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