Tottenham duo Dele Alli and Eric Dier are best of pals off the field and on it they continue to combine to great effect.
Alli is often played in a more advanced role but dropped deeper to sit alongside Alli in the match against Swansea City, with midfielder Mousa Dembele out injured.
The pair combined to great effect in the 2-1 comeback win, both setting personal best records from a creative perspective.
Alli made four key passes, more than he has done in any Premier League game for the club.
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Eric Dier held up his end of the deal too, creating three chances for his team.
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The pair made 149 touches combined during the victory, and are forging a partnership which can be the cornerstone for the club's success for years to come.
Getting Mousa Dembele in back for the North London derby next weekend would be a big boost for Spurs, but if the Belgian does not recover from injury then they should have confidence their young duo can really take the game to Arsenal.