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Lo Celso’s Cool Goal Celebration Explained
By Harry Hotspur -

It took six appearances as a substitute before Giovani Lo Celso could start a game for Tottenham, after picking up a hip injury for Argentina, which slowed his integration under Pochettino.

The 23-year-old’s 86 minutes in the Champions League against Red Star Belgrade heavily suggest Lo Celso has been worth waiting for.

Fans will have noticed the Argentine’s goal celebration on Wednesday night, where Giovani pointed to palm of his hand. Apparently, this is the boy’s standard goal scoring observance.

SevillaABC have the skinny.

The five fingers of his right hand represent the members of his family: his parents, his brother Francesco, his sister Luciana, and himself.

José Aurelio Pascuttini the coach who discovered Lo Celso for Rosario Central, talked about the player’s relationship with his closest ones.

Yesterday we discussed the importance of Pochettino picking his best starting XI and sticking with it, part of that XI has to Lo Celso.

The squad desperately needs freshening up, and we may just have found our man.

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5 responses to “Lo Celso’s Cool Goal Celebration Explained”

  1. Leslie Crawford says:

    Frank Lampards kids as them seem to be known by now,their starting eleven against Ajax,their ages added up to 275 years.Spurs starting eleven against RSB added up to 276. Out of the 14 players used we had 7,aged 23 or under,Chelsea had 6. I think it looked promising although against an average side how the team played without starting any of the players who’s contracts are running down,Alderweirld,Vertonghen or Eriksen.It was great to see N’dombele,LoCelso and Sessegnon on the pitch together for the last 15 mins after waiting so long.

    • Spurs est1882 says:

      I think calling them average is a massive compliment to them. The “Kids” at Chelsea are the starting 11 in their top games. Its like saying we played the kids in the league cup (which we tried).
      I do agree though, we should give the team from the RSB game the chance to start, bar the defensive accident waiting to happen, we looked very dangerous and LoCelsco is the real deal.

      • Jonathan Hurst says:

        I think your being negative yes the defense seemed fragile but as a unit that defence will of played together 0-2 times so they have to learn to gel red bull at their ground can be a menacing prospect and they at worst looked inexperienced

        • Spurs est1882 says:

          Fragile? RSB worst team we played all season and they got in a handful of times and Sanchez almost scored an own goal. I agree with your reason as to why they were poor but denying they were poor does not help.

          • Jonathan Hurst says:

            I’d say they were better than colchester but fair point I didnt mean to completely deny tho just enjoying the bit of positivity midweek provided before reality kills it lol