Forwards & Subs
Harry Kane 5/10
Harry Kane popped up here and there, occasionally looking threatening. But Tottenham’s talisman ended the game without a shot on target and made just one key pass. He’ll be bitterly disappointed about not impacting proceedings more.
Son Heung-min 5.5/10
Sonny was dangerous when he drove at the Wolves’ rearguard and showed excellent purpose. However, his final touch let him down, like it has so often this season. His most dangerous shot took a feint deflection from Nathan Collins’ last-gasp lunge, taking it onto the crossbar.
At least Sonny let fire when he got a sight on goal. But the Korean must score when presented with such a glowing opportunity.
Dejan Kulusevski 6/10
Dejan Kulusevski came within a whisker away from putting Spurs up one in the first half. Jose Sa’s outstretched hand touched his deft in-swinging shot just around the post.
With four attempted shots, one key pass, and one key dribble, Kulusevski was as active as always.
Lucas Moura 4/10
Lucas Moura found Kane with a delicate, soft, lobbed pass, which led to Kane’s best chance of the game. But overall, Moura didn’t do enough to change the complexion after being introduced. He’s still way off the pace and looks like a man who knows his fate at the club is sealed.
Richarlison didn’t have enough time to stamp his authority on the match. He made a couple of good passes but was otherwise a fringe contributor in a short cameo.