Denmark outplayed Giggs’ Wales after Eriksen made his mark by scoring a brace in in the National League.
The Danish superstar last scored in a 3:1 defeat to Man City at Wembley stadium in April but wonders why goals keep coming his way when playing for his nation.
However, Eriksen conceives that both his international and several clubs in the world are imitating their style that was earmarked by Mauricio Pochettino.
“Everyone wants to play like Spurs. We want to play attractive football, get the ball forward and create chances with good possession.” He said.
The 26-year-old midfielder was very impressive in Russia and was rumoured to be linked with a move to Real Madrid as a potential replacement for Luca Modric but committed himself to Tottenham.
Pochettino may not completely have all the players he needs against Liverpool but the midfield maestro can cover depths in many areas.
Tottenham will look forward to continuing their impressive record against Jurgen Klopp’s men as they battle with the ball in the early kick-off on a Saturday.
In other news, World Cup winner Hugo Lloris eyes Saturday’s match as he quickens his injury recovery after missing the 2:1 defeat against Watford and France international duty against the Netherlands.
Dele Alli is still a doubt as he battles with a muscle injury in the previous encounter against Luiz Enrique’s Spain but his fitness level will be tested before the match.
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