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Harry Winks was a lot more convincing for England in his 94-minutes last night than he has been for Tottenham recent performances
It was Mason Mound (look away now, Dele Ali) that took the corner and then Harry Winks who fed in the chip for Maguire to finish.
Winks was also involved Sancho’s goal in the 31st minute against the Republic of Ireland.
Harry only misplaced 3 passes in Ireland’s attacking third, and as you can see from the clips his involvement was vital on a number of occasions.
Winks is usually played by Gareth Southgate as Left Centre Midfield, opposed to Left Defensive Midfield, which Mourinho tends to favour.
Perhaps one of the elite journalists with access to the Hotspur Way press room might consider asking the Portuguese why Winks is more interesting to watch and more effective for England? One might imagine the complimentary flea in the ear that might be prompted, but watching Winks at Spurs is rarely an entertaining business.