Despite having a rather rubbish pre-season, Djurgården are enjoying a nice little run in the Svenska Cup, and Lucas Bergvall, recently bought by Tottenham, had a game to remember against Nordic Utd FC on Sunday.

The game and his performance are covered by Aftonbladet on Monday, and they point out the small side had a ‘hard time’ stopping the 18-year-old from imposing himself, as he ‘put on a real show’.

The centre of attention towards the end of the transfer window as a battle between Tottenham and Barcelona was taking place, the midfielder eventually chose a move to Spurs, much to the displeasure of the Catalan side.

That’s all in the past now, as the player focuses on the present, which included getting past Nordic Utd FC in the cup, as he was ‘behind four goals’, which included a solo effort as his side ran away with the win, finishing 5-0 in their favour.

For his goal, it’s said he ‘drove the ball from his own half, dribbled past several players before rolling it in’ to make it 4-0.

His performance was also praised by his teammate, Albin Ekdal, who used it to justify why Tottenham threw the kitchen sink at the 18-year-old after the January transfer closed.

He said: “He showed incredible talent today. He is showing that he is worth the money that Tottenham bought him for, so it will be exciting to follow him and play with him for a few months before he flies off toe Europe. He has a great future.”