Tottenham's Dele Alli interviews Eric Dier and it's hilarious

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We really can't get enough of these two and their antics!

There are two players in the Premier League who are fast becoming two of our favourites and it's not really got much to do with their performances on the pitch.

In fact, it's mostly got to do with what the comedic duo get up to on social media that has impressed us so much that we really can't get enough of them.

The duo is of course... Dele Alli and Eric Dier! We've already seen the back and forth they've been having on Twitter and Instagram which has given us plenty of laughs.

And they're back at their best in a video for Tottenham's YouTube channel, with Alli interviewing his midfield partner. As you can imagine, it isn't exactly David Frost interviewing Richard Nixon, but it did give us plenty of laughs.

While you might think the pair would talk about their chances of possibly winning the Premier League, they instead decided to try and have a few digs at each other.

And Dier managed to get the first one in, by saying: "Can we talk about the Sunderland game? A certain Sunderland left-back got in behind a certain guy. His neck still hurts from it... Dele Alli's neck still hurts."

But Alli wasn't going to let Dier get away with that one, and decided to hit back by bringing up the fact that he got nutmegged during the 2-1 win back in December.

"Obviously, he's put it through your legs," said Alli, before Dier replied: "Yeah , you know it happens" and Alli got a great burn in: "Yeah, to you a lot in training!"

Blimey, can it get any better than that? Well.. yes, yes it can! Alli managed to get the final word and probably left Dier feeling very, very embarrassed.

Dier asked Alli: "How's your neck?" but the 20-year-old came up with an absolutely PERFECT response to his midfield partner by saying: "It's alright from carrying you..."

Outstanding. We can't wait to see what these two get up to next!

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