Newcastle fans know very well that Moussa Sissoko is at times inconsistent, but when he wants to he can turn up at a game and look good – sometimes very good.
One such example was out final game of the season against Tottenham and in the final 20 minutes when we were down to 10 men he made some terrific surging runs at the opposition and looked almost unplayable at times.
He had a good game last night for France against Switzerland and has been identified as the Man of the Match.
Moussa Sissoko in action for France last night
He had a good game against Switzerland
Here’s some of the reactions from Newcastle’s faithful fans and as usual there’s some good ones that make you laugh.
Sounds like Sissoko had his first good game in over a year ???? £££ #nufc
— Jordan (@JordanBBBL) June 19, 2016
Sissoko’s performance just sums up his #NUFC career for me like, invisible for majority 1good run and cross – pundits say incredible, aye??
— lewis (@lewisinkster) June 19, 2016
And now everyone knows why #NUFC fans are perpetually infuriated with Moussa Sissoko!
— Andrew Fowler (@FowlerAndy) June 19, 2016
— Dan (@DanTheToonFan) June 19, 2016
— Lance Whemiton (@canny_waistline) June 19, 2016
Nice to see #NUFC fans wanting Sissoko to fail at the Euro’s so he doesn’t leave. Good thinking!
— D W (@SirDanWilson) June 19, 2016
Glad pundits acknowledging Sissoko’s inconsistency. Thought that run would blind everyone. Probably #NUFC fans expecting too much again.
— Gaz (@gr_1986) June 19, 2016
Sissoko under Rafa Benitez would be an absolute machine – something I’d love to see but his ego won’t allow it #NUFC
— Andrew Musgrove (@ADMusgrove) June 19, 2016
Great run by sissokko and great block in the wall from Payet and that was it ?? defo worth 20+million ?? #nufc ps did cabaye play ????
— John Dixon (@DickoNortheast) June 19, 2016
Nice job Moussa stopping a French goal you bloody oaf. Stopped the same no. of goals than you scored for us this season. Embarrassing. #NUFC
— Rainforest Gump (@JoeRainford99) June 19, 2016
— Paul Young (@monkhabit) June 19, 2016
That number 18 for France looks decent.
How #NUFC could do with a player like that!
— Liam Drake (@liamdnufc) June 19, 2016