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Ndombele Intercepted A Pass Then Set-Up Moura With His First Four Touches Of The Ball

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Ndombele Intercepted A Pass Then Set-Up Moura With His First Four Touches Of The Ball

Tottenham new boy Tanguy Ndombele made an instant impact on his debut as he brilliantly set-up Lucas Moura against Juventus.

Spurs snapped up the talented French midfielder in a deal worth a £55 million and he's made his first appearance for the club since his move from Lyon.

He came off the bench in the International Champions Cup and he wasted no time in helping his side.

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Ndombele intercepted a Juventus pass before picking out Moura in superb fashion.

Harry Kane then scored from the half-way line to secure a dramatic 3-2 victory for Spurs.

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Mauricio Pochettino fended off fierce competition to sign Ndombele who opted for the North London outfit because he wants to win silverware.

"For me, it's been a dream of mine since I was a kid to play in the Premier League. Now I can make that dream come true right here," he said after completing his transfer.

"I can't wait, I'm excited at being able to play in the Premier League and I'm hoping that we can achieve great things with the team.

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"I hope to be able to bring what I know I can do - to do my bit for the team.

"The squad works really well together so I hope to start well, integrate, settle into the group and then continue in the same way.

"To win silverware, that's also why I am here."

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How will Ndombele fare in England's top flight? Let us know.

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Tanguy Ndombélé, Football, Premier League, England, Juventus, tottenham, Harry Kane

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