Tottenham man gets international call after two-year absence

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Lucas Moura has been called up by Brazil for their upcoming friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina.

The Tottenham winger, 26, has not been involved with his country for two years and has made just three substitute appearances in the last five years.

He replaces Gremio striker Everton, who has been forced to pull out with a thigh injury.

Signed from Paris St-Germain in January, he has made 11 appearances for Spurs this season, scoring three goals.

Two of those goals came in the stunning 3-0 win at Manchester United in August.

The other came in the 3-1 win against Fulham at Wembley in the match before that victory at Old Trafford.

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