Tottenham Hotspur Dele Alli stepped on bench yesterday for the third time this season to make the second half in to play his team's play-offs in the Europa League against Maccabi Haifa.
The 24-year-old was excluded from four matchdays this season and was linked with an exit to Paris Saint-Germain before the transfer date on Monday.
Dele left everything behind yesterday and scored the last goal in Spurs' 7-2 win.
The England international won a penalty and turned it into his first goal of the season. He hopes he's done enough to travel to Old Trafford for the Premier League clash against Manchester United on Sunday.
Dele, who currently earns 100,000 pounds a week, uploaded the clip on Twitter of how he won the spot kick with a clever trick, and this is how some Tottenham fans reacted:
don't leave pls
– Ben (@thfcixer) October 1, 2020
– sonaldo (@SonTwoFour) October 1, 2020
Nice to be welcome again! Hopefully you can fight for your place and prove your worth. Every real Tottenham fan is behind you
– To dare is to do (@ 2_Dare_Is_To_Do) October 1, 2020
Big cameo by Dele. Keep fighting
– JaiP (@ JaiP72) October 1, 2020
Amazing skills Dele.
Keep working hard and you'll be back on the team soon.
– Daniel Prince (@ DanPrince1975) October 1, 2020
Delstroyer Please do not leave
– George (@ dcfcgeorge34) October 1, 2020
Adore yourself, Dele. I always believed in you. Super talented Dele. COYS!
– Tuli Ghosh (@tulikasghosh) October 1, 2020
DELE MAN, I PLEASE LOVE YOU, GO BACK TO YOUR BEST, YOU CAN DO THIS CMON TO MY SON
Well played tonight, Dele. With every belief you will do your best again and be a big part of our season.
– Noz Ahmed (@NozAhmed) October 1, 2020
The Spurs star will miss Gareth Southgate's three-lions squad for next summer's European Championship if he doesn't play and impress regularly this season, and PSG would like to loan him out for a season.  According to The Athletic Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants to hold onto Dele but the player was interested in a move and head coach Jose Mourinho would be open to a loan.
Yesterday's cameo may have changed this, however, and it will be interesting to see what happens in the days ahead.