Forwards and Subs
Harry Kane 9/10
He scored yet another winner and, with 185 goals, now has the honour of being the top one-club goalscorer in Premier League history. It was his 250th goal in all competitions with Spurs. He also hit the woodwork and made some key passes, particularly the arrowed long ball to Son Heung-min in the second half.
Son Heung-min 5.5/10
Sonny was a bit off the pace, and not for the first time this season. He was the worst of Tottenham’s triumvirate and will be desperately unhappy with his performance today.
Dejan Kulusevski 8/10
The swift Swede was outstanding yet again. He drives forward and causes havoc for the defence. While he didn’t have a shot attempt all afternoon, he made three key passes and was one of Tottenham’s top players.
Ryan Sessegnon 7/10
Ryan Sessegnon came on and did a great job at shutting down Adama Traore. He looked spry and is playing with a high level of confidence.
Richarlison came on and made an immediate impact. He’s a live wire and can cause defenders fits with his skill, pace, movement and guile. He made one excellent surging run and had to half chances.