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Tottenham Hotspur: International fans laud Joe Rodon performance

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Many international football fans have been reacting to the performance of Spurs star Joe Rodon during Wales’ clash against Belarus in World Cup Qualifying.

Ahead of the game, Robert Page’s side knew they could move above the Czech Republic into second place in Group E with a victory, while Belarus were looking to climb off the bottom with three points.

However, Wales comprehensively defeated Belarus at the Cardiff City Stadium last night to move up to second place in their World Cup qualifying group, remaining five points behind group leaders Belgium.

With Wales ultimately winning 5-1, one player who, according to the fans watching at home, produced an excellent performance was Tottenham defender Rodon, who lined up in a back three alongside Spurs teammate Ben Davies and Chelsea loanee Ethan Ampadu.

Subsequently, many fans have taken to Twitter to praise the performance of the former Swansea City player.

Should Joe Rodon be starting for Spurs?





What did Spurs fans think of Joe Rodon’s display vs Belarus?

“Joe Rodon is Rolls Royce pal”

“Joe Rodon’s magic”
“Rodon and Romero can literally be the best defending pair in the PL”
“I can’t understand how Rodon doesn’t start for Spurs!! He’s top class when he plays for Wales and hasn’t let anyone down”

“I hope Antonio Conte is watching this game. Rodon and Davies deserve to be starting in the Premier League”


“Why hasn’t Rodon got a look in at Spurs so far? the guy turns into prime Maldini for Wales…”
“Conte better be watching Rodon”

Wales are now second in Group E, three points ahead of the third-place Czech Republic, who will be expected to beat Estonia when the two teams face each other on Tuesday. However, notional Welsh hopes of qualifying automatically are officially over following Roberto Martinez Belgium side’s victory against Estonia to win the group to seal their place at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

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