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02/01/2019 - 11:18 BST

He Is Bossing It – Tottenham Hotspur Legend On Midfielder

 




Tottenham Hotspur legend Graham Roberts has lauded Moussa Sissoko’s performance against Cardiff on Tuesday and believes the Frenchman is ‘bossing’ it in midfield this season.

Sissoko made his 14th start of the Premier League against the Bluebirds, and provided the drive on the right flank as the Neil Warnock’s side were blown away in the first half and slipped to a 3-0 defeat.




Though Sissoko is yet to score in the league this season, he has provided the energy in midfield which has earned him the adulation of the fans.

The 29-year old completed three dribbles and showed his willingness to burst forward against Cardiff City on Tuesday.
 


Roberts believes Sissoko was the main man for Spurs, and is proud of the Frenchman’s turnaround this season.

“Goes without saying our main man again tonight was Moussa Sissoko.
 


“So proud how he has made this season his, totally bossing it”, Roberts wrote on Twitter.

With the win, Spurs climbed above Manchester City to second place in the league table and are currently six points behind Liverpool, having played a game more than the Reds.