Argentina Provides The Answer To Tottenham Hotspur’s Right-Back Woes

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Germany’s forward Serge Gnabry (L) and Argentina’s defender Juan Foyth vie during the friendly football match Germany v Argentina at the Signal-Iduna Park in Dortmund, western Germany on October 9, 2019. (Photo by Ina FASSBENDER / AFP) (Photo by INAAFP via Getty ImagesTottenham’s recent struggles cannot be boiled down to one single issue. But the problems on the right side of defense have been the most obvious on-field flaw and have repeatedly been held up as an illustration of the wider malaise.Having sold Kieran Trippier to Atlético Madrid for $24.5m (plus add-ons) in the summer, 22-year-old Kyle Walker-Peters started the season as first choice and, in the games against Aston Villa and Manchester City, acquitted himself reasonably well. But after an injury to Walker-Peters in the loss to Newcastle, Serge Aurier came into the side and was nothing short of a disaster. The Ivorian’s first-half red card against Southampton was followed up by a display against Bayern Munich that was enough to make even the hardiest Spurs fans shake their heads in disbelief. In the 3-0 defeat to Brighton, Mauricio Pochettino drafted in Mousa Sissoko to deputize for the suspended Aurier and all three of the Seagull’s strikes came from attacks down that flank.But, through the work of another Argentine manager, Pochettino may have been handed a solution for his team’s next game, at home to Wa

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