Fans react as Ryan Sessegnon scores winning goal for Hoffenheim
It seems like Tottenham Hotspur youngster Ryan Sessegnon is enjoying life on loan at Bundesliga club TSG Hoffenheim.
The 20-year-old left Spurs in the summer transfer window on a season-long loan deal following the arrival of Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid. Since joining the club, the England U-21 international has featured 14 times in all competitions, scoring two goals and setting up two more.
The second of his two goals came this past Saturday as Sessegnon found the back of the net in the 86th minute to hand Hoffenheim a 2-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach after Andrej Kramaric had cancelled out Lars Stindl’s opening goal.
While the goal in itself wasn’t spectacular, it was very crucial as it helped them pull away from the drop zone. And Sessegnon’s strike did not escape the notice of the Tottenham Hotspur fans who were quick to take to social media to praise the youngster and the impact he is having in Germany.
Bring him home
— CharXlie (@xcharxliex28) December 19, 2020
— phill 🐺🏏🐂⚽️🐯🏈🥊 (@foxyphill) December 19, 2020
Our next bale 👀
— Fransanity76 (@fransanity76) December 19, 2020
So excited for him to come back and battle it out with Reggy for the left back spot
— The Hotspur House (@TheHotspurHouse) December 19, 2020
So pleased for him. He’s doing really well over there. Will do wonders for his confidence. If we can keep Sergio, him and Sess will be great for next season.
— JaiP (@JaiP72) December 19, 2020
— stuart norris (@stuey_norris) December 19, 2020
Ben Davis time has to be numbered. Great servant for us but with Sergio and Sess now there isn’t a place for him any more
— John Sheridan (@Bye_Bye_DadBod) December 19, 2020
Ryan Sessegnon has more goals this season that Ben Davies has in his entire footballing career pic.twitter.com/i5qBxAHFVD
— Gianni (@futboI18) December 19, 2020
Yes Ryan! Love that him and Skipp will come back with a full season of first team football under their belts!
— Dazza (@dazzaN17) December 20, 2020
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Sessegnon going out on loan is proving to be the right decision. This experience will hold him in very good stead when he returns to the club at the end of the season.