Four Tottenham players who may have impressed Antonio Conte vs Motherwell

Tottenham defeated Motherwell in a friendly this afternoon and here are four players who may have caught Conte’s eye...

Tottenham Hotspur produced an emphatic win over Motherwell in their first game back since the World Cup break.

Two goals from Matt Doherty, one from Dejan Kulusevski, and another from Bryan Gil secured Antonio Conte’s team a 4-0 win.

Spurs are looking to prepare for their Premier League return against Brentford on Boxing Day and here are four players who may have caught the eye of the Italian coach during this afternoon’s win...

Djed Spence

Wearing the number 7 shirt, Spence put together a strong performance in the right wing-back spot.

The defender was heavily involved in the first-half and produced some nice moves.

Spence managed to regularly get into good attacking positions down the right side and combined well with Dejan Kulusevski.

The 22-year-old has played just 28 minutes for Tottenham this season and he will be hoping for more opportunities.

Yves Bissouma

Yves Bissouma produced a tidy performance sat just in front of the back-three.

The midfielder showed his class throughout by breaking up play and carrying the ball forward.

He demonstrated his confidence on many occasions by moving with the ball in tight areas and then playing a nice pass.

Bissouma will be keen to break his way into the midfield at Spurs after a fairly tough start to life at the club.

He has started just six times in Premier League this season.

Bryan Gil

Bryan Gil had another solid cameo in a Spurs shirt.

The young attacker produced some eye-catching performances just before the World Cup break.

He started in attack for Spurs alongside Harvey White and Dejan Kulusesvski.

The Spaniard got a goal and an assist against the Scottish team.

Oliver Skipp

Oliver Skipp managed to really get involved for Spurs against Motherwell.

The midfielder produced many crunching tackles in the middle of the pitch.

The 22-year-old has struggled with injuries over the last year which has limited his game time.

This season he has made just 9 appearances in total for the first-team.

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Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

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