Harry Winks stepping up for Tottenham

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Harry Winks rose to the occasion for Tottenham against Fulham on Sunday, and manager Mauricio Pochettino will hope for another rare goalscoring contribution from the midfielder when Spurs take on Chelsea in Thursday's Carabao Cup semi-final second leg.

Source: Sky Sports
 

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he showed great fight and passion so did rose to be fair, i was really impressed with Rose and Winks not so much for there performance but more for the fight and grit they showed.
 

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Harry Winks rose to the occasion for Tottenham against Fulham on Sunday, and manager Mauricio Pochettino will hope for another rare goalscoring contribution from the midfielder when Spurs take on Chelsea in Thursday's Carabao Cup semi-final second leg.

Source: Sky Sports
Is Harry Winks the new OWEN HARGREAVES !!!
Remember watching Owen and thinking how in the hell does this guy play for England let alone Man United!
That is the same feeling i get watching Winks , is this guy paying his own wages ???
 

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Is Harry Winks the new OWEN HARGREAVES !!!
Remember watching Owen and thinking how in the hell does this guy play for England let alone Man United!
That is the same feeling i get watching Winks , is this guy paying his own wages ???
Oh dear...
 

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Is Harry Winks the new OWEN HARGREAVES !!!
Remember watching Owen and thinking how in the hell does this guy play for England let alone Man United!
That is the same feeling i get watching Winks , is this guy paying his own wages ???
You are obviously a Troll, Winks has been top quality this season playing in the holding midfield role obviously not his position most games. Winks looks 10 times the player Jorginho is and he was wanted by two of the richest clubs in the premier league.
 

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He has been a fantastic engine for us.
He keeps the ball moving, and when he is able to he can bring the ball forward, and not just pass it (he has the highest ave. passes per 90min in the squad)

With Dier and Wanyama both being injured, he has had to play deeper and a more defensive role.
Hopefully with Dier back and Wanyama now in training we will see more of him higher up the pitch.
 
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