Rodon had been on the bench for Wales in their0-0 draw against Estonia after spending the firstmonth of the season injured, but he didn’t makean appearance.
Upon his return to north London, Rodon wasquickly called in to action from the bench to playalongside Japhet Tanganga, until his sending off, in the 3-0 defeat against Patrick Vieira’s side.
Although the overall performance left a lot to bedesired, Rodon was one of only a couple ofplayers to came out with any credit, especiallyconsidering his return from injury.
Thoughts now turn to Thursday’s game, whereTottenham travel to France to play Rennes in theEuropa Conference League.
It’s a waiting game to see if the pair get chosento play in Sunday’s fixture, but with Tangangasuspended and the state of Dier’s injury not yetknown, there is a chance Rodon could befeaturing in both matches.
The Welshman will be hoping his performance atthe weekend has at least earned him a place inthe starting line-up against Rennes and anopportunity to put in an even better performanceto be considered for Sunday’s game back at theTottenham Hotspur Stadium.