Oliver Skipp 6/10
Like most of his teammates, the Englishman enjoyed a sterling opening 30 minutes. He tracked back expertly and made some excellent slide tackles. He also pushed the tempo with his pace of play.
His second half drop off was palpable, something most of his colleagues can relate to.
Pierre Hojbjerg 4.5/10
The Dane’s passing was, for the most part, spot on. He completed over 90 percent of his passes. However, he didn’t dominate the midfield like he should against a side of Bournemouth’s quality, especially at home. Pierre needs to be much more imperious in the centre of the park.
He also jumped in, dummied easily on Bournemouth’s 95th minute winner.
Ivan Perisic 5/10
The Croatian has underwhelmed for most of the campaign, but started well against the Cherries. His intelligent cutback was deposited confidently by Son. Perisic wasn’t able to sustain his fruitful opening minutes, highlighted by a wild attempt that skied over early in the second half.
Pedro Porro 4/10
While Sanchez’s misfortunes were highlighted more, Porro also endured a nightmare encounter, particularly on the defensive side.
His first half giveaway was punished moments later, while the Portuguese’s flicked header in the second half put Spurs on the back foot, eventually leading to Sanchez’s missed tackle and Solanke’s finish.
While Porro knocked in a number of good crosses, his outing was overshadowed by poor defensive play.