Gareth Bale continued his stunning run of recent displays by grabbing two goals in Tottenham's 3-2 win over West Ham.
His performances have prompted a debate over whether he is as good as La Liga duo Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - with Michael Owen thinking not.
While, former Wales international John Hartson can see Bale leaving in the summer for a massive transfer fee.
Read on for all these tweets and more in Goal.com’s latest offering of Word on the Tweet…
"Baley absolutely world class last night.. What's he worth? In my opinion he's only going to get better at 23 years old.. 75million.."
Ex-Arsenal man John Harton contemplates how much Gareth Bale would cost in the transfer market.
"Watch this space! He will leave spurs this summer and he won't leave for a penny less than 75 million.. Save this tweet!!"
Before going on to predict his fellow Welshman Bale will leave Spurs in the summer for at least £75 million.
"In Messi's or Ronaldo's league? Not for me just yet but certainly in the chasing pack and is young enough to keep improving."
Michael Owen thinks Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are on another level to Bale - but believes the Wales international could reach them in future.
"Great performance from the lads tonight to get us into 3rd position! Always nice to get the winner in a london derby #teamspirit"
The man himself features in a Bale-dominated WOTT, with the Spurs maestro delighted after the win.
"Gareth 'scud foot' Bale....what you doing to the Hammers maaaaaaaaan! #NaughtyGoal"
Rio Ferdinand watches on as Bale takes the match away from his former side.
"Still gutted about losing in the last minute! Didn't deserve it after a good team performance!"
West Ham's Matt Jarvis is disappointed following his side's dramatic last-gasp defeat to Andre Villas-Boas' team on Monday.
"Tattoo time again #stillbuzzingfromlastnight"
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker goes from one type of buzz to another, switching from the highs of a last-minute victory to the tattoo parlour.
"Huth can't get done for that push surely?? Seen much worse go unpunished #Harsh"
Birmingham City’s Curtis Davies feels sorry for his fellow defender Robert Huth who faces a possible ban for violent conduct.
"The reports in the papers about rejecting the contract are not true ! I've always been happy here and talks are still ongoing !!"
Andreas Weimann irons out a few rumours that have been circulating around his future at Aston Villa.