The Englishman has been in sublime form of late for Tottenham Hotspur, as he hopes to carry his momentum forward into the remainder of the season. And, there’s no better opportunity to produce an accomplished performance than in the second-leg, with the whole Spurs contingent watching on anxiously.
Although, he wasn’t blessed with the chance of a place in the starting line-up last time out, as Mauricio Pochettino opted to go with his favoured European defender Ben Davies, which saw Danny Rose live out the game as an unused substitute.
However, after seeing Spurs concede two goals in quick succession at the beginning of the first-leg, changes are definitely going to be required if Tottenham are to keep Juventus’ world-class attack at bay. And, including Rose in the starting XI will be a huge step in the right direction for the Argentine, after Ben Davies gave away an early penalty last time out.