Premier league Played 32 seconds against Sheffield United
Davinson Sanchez was on the pitch for a matter of seconds as Tottenham came away from Bramall Lane with a 3-1 win over Sheffield United.
Joe Rodon, Eric Dier and Ben Davies were the starting centre-backs as Jose Mourinho moved to play a back three against Chris Wilder‘s side.
With Spurs two goals ahead going into three minutes of stoppage time, Mourinho made two more substitutions.
With the clock at 93:25, Sanchez appeared to take the place of Sergio Reguilon, with referee Andre Marriner blowing for full time moments later.
The Colombian spent just 32 seconds on the field as his struggles to hold down a regular place in the team continue at Tottenham. It may even be worth thinking about a move away to play more regular football.
Sanchez got more match action than Gareth Bale, though, who watched the entirety of Sunday’s win from the bench.