Assou-Ekotto congratulates Adebayor after Spurs beat Swansea, QPR man has another dig at AVB [Tweet]
Emmanuel Adebayor is on fire.
After being frozen out of the Tottenham setup for the first half of the campaign under ex-manager Andre Villas-Boas, the Togolese centre-forward has been given a new lease of life under Tim Sherwood.
Adebayor scored twice at the Liberty Stadium to swell his tally to five goals in last six games (the same form as Liverpool’s Luis Suarez). Adebayor has also contributed three assist in that time too.
Looking to congratulate his mate after the game, current QPR left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto went onto Twitter immediately after full time to big up his buddy. Noticeably, BAE’s tweet had a bit of sting in it’s tale with a little dig directed at former boss AVB.
Vine videos of Emmanuel Adebayor’s brace at Swansea can be enjoyed below.
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