Forwards and Subs
Harry Kane 6/10
Harry Kane impacted the game but not to a level he’ll be pleased with. Kane had four attempted shots, one shot on target, and two key passes. But he’ll be displeased with his overall performance against a team he should be scoring a brace against.
Son Heung-min 7/10
Sonny had a brilliant first half. He was omnipresent, consistently threatening Bournemouth’s goal. He slid home the opener and had another venomous drive parried over the bar by Neto. The South Korean also set Kane up a couple of times. Unfortunately, his production decreased substantially in the second half.
Dejan Kulusevski 5/10
The Swede wasn’t as instrumental as he should have been against one of the league’s relegation favorites. As always with Dejan, his lack of production wasn’t for lack of effort. Regardless, Kulusevski needs to be more impactful in the final third.
Davinson Sanchez 2/10
Davinson Sanchez endured his, and the supporters’, worst nightmare during his brief cameo. He wasn’t nearly stable enough on Bournemouth’s opening goal and made things worse on the away side’s second. The Colombian’s feeble attempted tackle failed, leading directly to Dominic Solanke’s smart finish.
The vociferous boos from supporters made matters worse, ensuring Sanchez’s early departure after being on the pitch for just over 20 minutes.
Arnaut Danjuma 8/10
Danjuma thought he rescued a point for Spurs thanks to a sweetly struck 88th minute equalizer. He was lively and spry throughout. Supporters will demand he starts a few games in the run in. He deserves it.
Richarlison’s rating is so low due to missing a sitter from close range that would have won the match. The Brazilian has been incredibly poor in front of goal in the top flight and has to finish those clear-cut opportunities.