I won’t forget… Tottenham’s key MF watches and supports his relegated home team’s ‘2nd division match’

The ‘honors transfer student’ seems to miss his old school friends.

A photo recently posted by James Maddison, a midfielder who moved to Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League and a key player in the team’s offensive tactics, has become a hot topic.

On the 16th (Korean time), Maddison took a photo of Leicester City’s game in the English Championship (Part 2) and posted it on social media.온라인카지노

Maddison filmed himself celebrating after scoring Leicester City’s third goal in their away game against Southampton in the Championship, and posted the message “What a great team goal!” with three applause emoticons and Leicester City’s official SNS account. tagged.

Leicester City won a resounding victory over Southampton with an overwhelming score of 4-1 in the game.

In particular, the goal that Maddison took a picture of was Wilfred Ndidi, who scored in extra time in the first half. Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy was exchanging passes with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall when Dewsbury-Hall found Steffi Mavadidi penetrating. Even though Mavadidi fell, he did not lose possession of the ball that he stabbed to the center, and instead hit Ndidi inside the Southampton penalty box. Ndidi calmly deceived the opposing goalkeeper and then scored.

Leicester City is Maddison’s home team. Maddison and Ndidi showed good attacking chemistry in Leicester. Ndidi has been playing for Leicester City since 2017, and Maddison followed suit, joining in 2018 and playing together for five years. Most of the current Leicester City players, including these two, won the FA Cup together in the 2020/21 season. We have achieved something together.

However, Leicester City recorded 9 wins, 7 draws, and 22 losses last season, finishing in 18th place and suffering relegation to the second division from the Premier League.

Although Maddison has been playing well since the beginning of the new season at Tottenham, he cannot help but feel responsible for Leicester City’s relegation. He appears to support his former teammates as a key player who shares both the team’s joys and sorrows.

Maddison found a new home at Tottenham by paying a transfer fee of 40 million pounds (about 66 billion won) to Leicester City. And he is currently showing amazing performance with 2 goals and 2 assists in 4 games at Tottenham, becoming the driving force behind Tottenham’s run to 2nd place in the early part of the season.

Maddison was particularly impressive when he won the Premier League Player of the Month award for August on the 15th.

Maddison will play in the 5th round Premier League match against Tottenham-Sheffield United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, at 11 p.m. on the 16th.

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