Dele Alli made his debut for England on Friday night in the win against Estonia, after being included in the senior squad for the first time for this international break.
Alli, who started on the bench alongside Spurs team-mates Kyle Walker and Andros Townsend, finally got on to the pitch when he replaced the magnificent Ross Barkley in the 86th minute.
His first England appearance was a much-deserved reward for his magnificent form since the start of the season, in which he has formed a solid base with Eric Dier in the heart of midfield whilst more than capably filling in further up the pitch when the need arises.
Harry Kane also played in the game, after starting up-front due to the injury to Wayne Rooney. However, it was to be another game without a goal for the Spurs academy graduate as Estonia’s goalkeeper frustrated him throughout the game.
The two late call-ups to the squad, Kyle Walker and Andros Townsend were unused substitutes as Roy Hodgson looked to ensure that England signed off their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign at home with a win.
England now move on to a game against Lithuania early next week, in which all four Spurs players will hope to start and make an impact.