Son Heung-min 3/10
Didn’t get a sniff all match, but not for lack of trying. Sonny, like his attacker colleagues, struggled to impact proceedings. No shots or chances at Goodison, regardless of how committed a performance, is not good enough.
Harry Kane 4/10
Other than one outstanding back-post cross to Reguilon, Kane endured a miserable afternoon. He was slow and laboured in possession and didn’t really press. He’s way off the mark, and will need a fortnight away to try and find the quality we all know he possesses.
Lucas Moura 5/10
At lease Lucas Moura showed a bit of positive intent. He had a few promising runs in the first half. His threat was otherwise nullified by an organized Everton defence.
Giovanni Lo Celso 7/10
Hit the post, which was Spurs closest attempt all match. He didn’t contribute too much in his short time on the pitch, but deserves a higher ranking purely based on his narrow miss, especially as nobody else came close to threatening the Everton goal.
Matthew Doherty 6/10
Had one dangerous cross and was composed in possession. Didn’t do a whole lot wrong but wasn’t especially brilliant either.
Tanguy Ndombele N/A
Antonio Conte 8/10
Made the right substitutions and kept an away clean sheet. That’s the first time since Aug. 22 against Wolves, when Spurs were extremely lucky to escape without conceding. Conte withdrew the struggling Reguilon and kept faith in the same 11 that beat Vitesse on Thursday.