DeAndre Yedlin has already been consumed by the Spurs/Arsenal rivalry. During Wednesday's game he tried to ruthlessly end Mesut Ozil's career.
Okay, that's probably not accurate. None of it. But that'll be the narrative since Yedlin is a Spurs player and went in hard on this tackle against Arsenal's Ozil during the USA-Germany friendly:
Apart from likely getting an angry telegram from Arsene Wenger, Yedlin had a very good performance against the World Cup champions. He was a menace to the German back line and created several chances with his pace and crossing ability. He should have had an assist in the 82nd minute when his great run and cut back pass resulted in Michael Bradley's shot being well saved by Robert Zieler:
Yedlin has been used primarily as a right midfielder in the USA's two latest friendlies, both wins over the Netherlands and Germany. It's certain that the pacey Yank is a dynamic super-sub who can use his world class speed to terrorize tired defenders. The question about Yedlin is, can he ever become a consistent 90 minute player?