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.

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.