The 22-year-old Tottenham Hotspur forward made an instant impact against Manchester City.
As Tottenham shocked the formbooks with a 4-1 win against Manchester City on Saturday afternoon, fans and pundits took turns to dish out praise to every member of the north London side.
Erik Lamela continues to defy expectations. Harry Kane has finally netted this season. Eric Dier and Dele Alli continue to dominate midfield.
But an even more exciting prospect for Tottenham fans is the fact 22-year-old summer signing Clinton Njie made such an instant impact in just 13 minutes, having come on against City as a second-half substitute.
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Indeed, as Opta stats show, Njie won as many dribbles in his 13-minute stint as any other Spurs player against Manchester City. Lamela won three in 87 minutes - Njie managed the same in 74 less.
The forward, of course, was instrumental in setting Lamela's goal - Tottenham's fourth - up and his brief cameo suggests the White Hart Lane outfit now have even more dependable back up going forward.
Lamela, Christian Eriksen, Heung-Min Son, Njie, Nacer Chadli and more are now all providing solid competition for places within Mauricio Pochettino's final third. The Spurs boss is spoilt for choice!