By Harvey Byrne
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has reacted on Twitter to Belgium’s emphatic 8-1 victory over Estonia on Sunday evening.
The Red Devils completed a rout in their World Cup qualifying group with goals from Thomas Meunier, Eden Hazard and Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco alongside a Ragnar Klavan own goal accompanied by a Dries Mertens hat-trick and Romelu Lukaku double.
Dembele, who was not part of the team due to an injury suffered with the national side hailed the victory on his personal Twitter account.
— Mousa Dembélé (@mousadembele) November 13, 2016
Dembele, 29, suffered a muscle injury with Roberto Martinez’ side and has since returned home to north London.
Tottenham supporters will be hoping the injury isn’t too serious with a clash at White Hart Lane coming up against London rivals West Ham.
The midfielder has established himself as a key part of Mauricio Pochettino’s side this season, playing in eight fixtures and helping the club to remain unbeaten from his defensive role.
Meanwhile, the Hammers are struggling in a lowly 17th place in the Premier League table and sit one point above the relegation spots.
The two clubs last met in March at Upton Park, with a goal from Michail Antonio providing a 1-0 victory for West Ham.
In other Tottenham news, as many as seven players could miss the clash against the Hammers.