For a while now, Tottenham have been waiting for the real Harry Winks to stand up.
The England international was a regular under Mauricio Pochettino, with his early performances even seeing him linked with Manchester United.
But Winks has toiled over the last couple of years and put in a drab display as Tottenham succumbed to defeat on Thursday night.
He lost the ball in the build-up to Pacos’ only goal of the night.
And with Tottenham well-stocked for midfield options at present, he isn’t expected to be a consistent figure after this.
Giovani Lo Celso
Giovani Lo Celso has talent.
But, when it comes to playmakers, the Argentina international pales in comparison to the best the Premier League has to offer.
Despite winning the Copa America recently, he was poor as Tottenham missed the chance to secure a second win on the spin.
Lo Celso was too loose in possession, often giving the ball away.
And it’s clear he has much improving to do if he’s to ever justify the club’s decision to sign him permanently in January 2020.