Tottenham star Erik Lamela finds his car wrapped in clingfilm in a prank from Argentine compatriots Juan Foyth and Paulo Gazzaniga
- Serge Aurier filmed his Tottenham team-mate unwrapping clingfilm on his car
- Aurier wrote on Instagram: ‘Juan Foyth and Paulo Gazzaniga you are bad’
- Tottenham’s last Premier League game of the season is at home to Everton
There might be a final Premier League game on the horizon but at Tottenham, they are very much in party mood after qualifying for the Champions League final.
That was demonstrated in style by Juan Foyth and Paulo Gazzaniga, with the Argentine duo pranking their fellow countryman Erik Lamela by wrapping up his car in clingfilm.
They were caught by defender Serge Aurier, who filmed Lamela unwrapping his car and writing as a caption on Instagram ‘Juan Foyth and Paulo Gazzaniga you are bad’.
Erik Lamela had his car wrapped up in clingfilm by Juan Foyth and Paulo Gazzaniga
Team-mate Serge Aurier was on hand to capture him unwrapping it all off of his car
Dele Alli was also there to witness Lamela being pranked by his Tottenham team-mates
Dele Alli was also filmed watching Lamela sorting out his car, which even appeared to have a toy spider on the roof.
Tottenham’s Premier League campaign is rounded off on Sunday when they host Everton.
Attention in the Spurs camp will then turn to their match against Everton’s Merseyside rivals Liverpool in the Champions League final on June 1 in Madrid.
Tottenham overcame Ajax in the most dramatic of circumstances in the semi-final.
According to Aurier, Juan Foyth was partly repsonsible for Lamela’s car being wrapped up
Aurier also suggested that goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga had helped Foyth to do it
Lamela helped Tottenham to the Champions League final with a win over Ajax in the week
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Tottenham fell 3-0 down before a second-half hat-trick from Lucas Moura, including a 90th minute strike, to book their place in the final.
Spurs are currently fourth in the Premier League with 70 points from 37 matches.
There is still a slim chance they could finish fifth but it would need an eight-goal swing in goal difference between themselves and Arsenal, who play Burnley at Turf Moor.