Photo: Tottenham’s Erik Lamela meets up with QPR midfielder Sandro

Tottenham star Erik Lamela and QPR's Sando meet up in London

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Erik Lamela and Sandro may no longer be team-mates, but the pair are remaining good friends after catching up on Thursday.

Brazilian Sandro joined Queens Park Rangers in a £10m move from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window.

Lamela, meanwhile, has started turn around his Spurs career after netting two goals in three games in all competitions.

So, no wonder the Argentina international had a broad smile across his face after the South American duo met up.

“Nice to see you again,” Lamela wrote on Instagram.

A photo posted by Erik Lamela (@coco_lamela11) on

Earlier this week, the Tottenham midfielder was thrilled to play his part as Spurs were 2-0 winners against Brighton.

“Happy for the win and advance to quarterfinals #COYS #TOTTENHAM #SPURS” Lamela wrote on Instagram.

Lamela has scored three goals in 29 appearances in all competitions for the north London side.

The Argentine playmaker completed a club-record £30.75m move to Spurs from Roma in 2013.

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