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Dynamic cameo: Bryan Gil’s best actions against Saints

By Harry Hotspur -

This was a game that stretched poor old Antonio’s resources to the limit, and it is difficult to make a case for any of Tottenham’s rotating having done the Italian much good. One exception has to be Bryan Gil, who skipped and scuttled around the Southampton penalty area to great effect for the last 19-minutes.

Total successful actions ve Southampton 62%

Gil showed great feet to get away this shot against Forster.

Passing accuracy of 62% vs Southampton

For a player in a forward lying position, 62% is very good, and it included this fine ball into Sonny.

Gil’s key strength is undoubtedly his willingness to dribble the ball.

More, please.

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Tippyid
Tippyid
7 months ago

Lightweight my ass .the kid is class just needs game time..we are giving sh-t players loads of game time.Gil is better than all of them

Cali
Cali
7 months ago

I wonder why Conte did not play him I rate him better than Dele, Winks, etc Levy&Co darlings, why people always give an excuse he is lightweight etc This boy is good enough to play he is not lighter than Saka, Smith Rowe Arsenal kids I remember even that game Vs the Arse when he came how good he played and limited the damage in the 2nd half the boy can play a ball just give him more games and he will come good and is much better the punch off losers we were carrying last. +10 years.

Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
7 months ago

I like the lad. He has ability, is young, and new. Time will tell.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
7 months ago

He has ability and spirit which is more than can be said for too many others..needs to get into the box more often ..he will win penalties more game time required.

eddie
eddie
7 months ago

He certainly looks lightweight,but he is a full Spanish international,so I guess he has what it takes.I just feel it will take him some time to settle into the PL.We have enough of these players already.

England Mike
England Mike
7 months ago

He looks so one sided and is nothing out of the ordinary.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
7 months ago

I was warming to this guy. But ! There’s something missing. He’s not progressing as I though he would. Very lightweight.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago

The lad’s got ability but has the physicality of a stick insect…

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
7 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

That’s what worries me, he seems an odd choice for the Premier League – the most physical in the world. Especially these days now that barging a player off the ball has become acceptable again.

Sonificent
Sonificent
7 months ago

We never know though, as Modric was also a tiny little runt who turned out ok! Here’s hoping for Gil that he doesn’t turn out to be the typical Levy punt.

Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
7 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

That.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
7 months ago

But Modric was more a passer than a dribbler wasn’t he? It little lads who try to beat others that get barged off the ball.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
7 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Or Levy runt! Modric was exceptional and not a dribbler in Gil’s style.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Modric was deceptive though, he was small but very strong, massive thighs for his overall build, grew up playing in the Bosnian league or something, which was extra agricultural and nasty.

Last edited 7 months ago by Easty
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