England international Dele Alli was the star of the show during Tottenham’s 2-0 victory over Premier League leaders Chelsea yesterday evening.
The former MK Dons midfielder scored both of Tottenham’s goals with his head.
Tottenham put an end to Chelsea’s 13 game winning streak and ended Chelsea’s hopes of a record 14th Premier League win in a row.
While the performance earned him praise from pundits and fans everywhere, a selection of Tottenham fans are concerned that Alli’s performances may attract the attention of Europes Elite.
Dele Alli is going to Real Madrid isn't he
— TottenhamTalk (@tottenhamtalk1) January 4, 2017
Dele Alli named MOTM. Real Madrid getting that fax machine fired up as we speak pic.twitter.com/k8S3bG4p3A
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) January 4, 2017
I can already hear the sobs of Spurs fans as Dele Alli completes his £60m move to Real Madrid next summer.
— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) January 4, 2017
Spurs so good. Alli insanely good. He'll be at Madrid before he's 23. #TOTCHE
— Paddy McKenna (@PaddyMcKenna) January 4, 2017
As much as I'd love Dele Alli to go to Real Madrid nightmares of Jonathan Woodgate are still fresh on my mind, Bale is an exception tbh
— JC 🇵🇭 🇮🇪 (@JCorregidor0) January 4, 2017
There's surely going to come a stage when Dele Alli will end up in Madrid or Barcelona.
— Keith Downie (@SkySports_Keith) January 4, 2017
"We had Alli, Dele Alli, not sure we'll ever understand, why we took five mil, for a kid who'll beat Brazil, hurry up and sell to Real"#dele
— Camden_Paul (@Camden_Paul) January 4, 2017
Don't go Madrid alli ☹️
— jack (@jackjudge4) January 4, 2017
Alli joined Tottenham from MK Dons for £5.5 million back in February 2015. The 20-year-old has been in excellent form for Spurs this season with two assists and ten goals in 19 league apperances this term.
Tottenham moved up into third place following their victory over London based rivals Chelsea. Mauricio Pochettino’s side take on Aston Villa in the FA Cup this weekend and host West Brom in the league next weekend.