London - Anglo-Nigerian Dele Alli left the Dick’s Sporting
Goods Park pitch with his head held high despite Tottenham Hotspur losing 2-1
to MLS All-Stars in one of the showpiece games in the MLS calendar.
Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino gave the England youth
international a run-out immediately after the intermission and his performance
was lively in official match reports.
On 59 minutes, Dele Alli played Harry Kane through but he
couldn't get past a second defender after evading a challenge.
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And in the 71st minute, the midfielder raced onto Roses's
ball down the left flank but Chad Marshall saw the danger and immediately put
out for a corner.
''Great feeling wearing that shirt! Been a great experience
out here in the U.S 💙✌️ #COYS,'' Dele Alli
posted on Twitter.
Meanwhile, youngster Josh Onomah had arguably the best
opportunity to restore parity for Spurs after he was set up by Kane 18 minutes
from time, only for his shot to be saved by goalkeeper David Ousted.
All the goals came in the first half, with Kaka and David
Villa scoring for MLS All–Stars, while Kane netted in the 36th minute for the
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