Paul Merson wowed by Premier League ad for £17m sold star Tottenham

Paul Merson explained that ex-Tottenham man Christian Eriksen was a “different class” during Brentford’s shocking 4-1 win over Chelsea. as he said on Sky Sports on football Saturday.

Tottenham fans should be used to Eriksen scoring at Stamford Bridge as he did so in 2018 as Spurs won 3-1 at Chelsea for the first time in 28 years.

Well, while his long-distance dipping efforts in Spurs colors yesterday didn’t match the melee finish for Brees.

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It was nonetheless a valuable goal for the 30-year-old who is slowly finding his old form after the horrific events he endured at Euro 2020 last summer.

Merson certainly liked what he saw from the Danish playmaker as he described his pass as “unreal” against a Chelsea side that had N’Golo Kante, Mason Mount and Antonio Rudiger.

“Part of Eriksen’s death was unreal,” Merson said. “It was just a different class. I mean the few passes he played.

“They (Brentford) all played well. You go to Chelsea and win 4-1.

“There aren’t too many players who come off and win six times out of ten (at Chelsea). They have to play to the maximum and they all did.”

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Before Eriksen stopped playing for health reasons, it must be remembered that he had just won the Serie A title with Inter Milan.

It was Antonio Conte who brought him to the club when Italian giants paid Spurs £17million for his Spurs talents in 2020 (BBC Sport).

One obvious area of ​​the pitch has a hole in it for Spurs, although Harry Kane falls deep and flaunts his inner Kevin de Bruyne and that’s role number ten.

They’ve longed for this quintessential playmaker since Eriksen left the club and it wouldn’t be a surprise if some of them called for his return in the summer.

At the end of the day he knows Tottenham very well, he’s back at his best and Conte only worked with him last season.

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