Given that Romero is scheduled to make his Spurs debut next month, it will undoubtedly help the team to have him play for Argentina.
Even into the international break, it appears that the defender has continued his remarkable form.
Romero’s performance against Brazil struck the Argentine media as astonishing.
For his performance yesterday night against Brazil, Romero received a ten out of ten rating from TyC Sports.
Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal posed a threat, and the vice captain of Spurs was assigned to handle them.
Romero seems to have done a fantastic job sticking to his assignment; following his performance, the media dubbed him a “beast.”
“Cuti is a beast,” they wrote. He is more than his personality.
“He plays, scores, scores, scores.” And he crossed the line with one that may have been a goal.
Romero has been playing quite well this season, so it was unfortunate to see him lose his composure against Chelsea.
During the start of the season, the Argentine defender appeared to have changed under Postecoglou, forming a strong alliance with Micky van de Ven.
Naturally, the hamstring injury that the Dutchman sustained will keep him out of action for a considerable amount of time.
Romero will return to Tottenham next month, though, following a trip to Manchester City, and it is imperative that the defender plays at his peak again.
It’s no secret that Romero was essential to Tottenham’s early-season success, and Eric Dier isn’t exactly suited to Postecoglou’s football philosophy.