Tottenham player ratings: Lucas Moura rocket, super Son with Skipp, Davies and Dier strong

Hugo Lloris

The Frenchman had to make a close early only to deny Pukki. He got one shaky kick from Dyer’s back pass to him. I didn’t have much to do. 6

Davinson Sanchez

Some shaky moments early on but he improved as the match went on and deserved the second goal for Tottenham. He seemed more angry than elated, perhaps amid the recent criticism. 7

Eric Dyer

Another consistent performance in the middle of the Spurs defence. He’s having a good season in defense. 8

Ben Davies

He’s been moved to a left-sided turn in Conte’s back three like a duck in the water, putting offensive quality above a solid defense. He assisted Son’s goal with a superb one-two with Skip and his header from Son’s corner kick led to Sanchez’s pre-scoring. 8

Japhet Tanganga

The role of full-back is not quite suitable for him. He struggled to give a lot going forward, and as the match went on, he was attacked a few times by his side which resulted in him being knocked out an hour later. 5

Oliver Skip

Man of the Match against Brentford and proceeded with a lung fracture through midfield within minutes in this match, but sent his low shot toward Kroll. He made several tackles and interceptions, including one great that saw him slip in, win the ball and pass it to a teammate behind him while sliding on the floor. He played one match with Davies which saw the Welshman advance with Son to score third for Tottenham. 8

Pierre-Emile Hojberg

It was a less dominant performance than Skip but he was involved in a lot of what Spurs did in the middle of the park. 7

Sergio Reguilon

It only lasted 22 minutes before she was forced out due to an injury. He had received a yellow card prior to this, and if the injury proves to be a problem, he leaves Conte with the left-back option to take it against Rennes with Sesson suspended. He came in too early to raise his mark so much from his starting point. 5

Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Pierre-Emile Hogberg celebrate after Son scored Tottenham’s third goal during the Premier League match against Norwich City

Lucas Moura

What a Brazilian goal! He moved it around a Norwich player, collected it on the other side, played a two-goal with Son and then fired a shot from distance into the upper left corner of the net to score his first Premier League goal since February. He was excellent back in the day, with so much of what he did showing, with so few turns, clicks and touches. 9

Harry King

He tied play well in the first half and drifted with sporadic effort away from Kroll’s goal. He played well with the ball at his feet even if he was unlucky in front of goal, another curling effort pushed him away by the goalkeeper, but resulted in a corner from which Sanchez scored. He works hard and shows some nice touches but that doesn’t happen to him in front of goal. 7

Son Heung Min

He tried to make things happen throughout the match and played one double for Lucas to score his volley. Then it was his version that found its way to Sanchez for the second time before the South Korean star deservedly scored a shot buried inside the penalty area. Another good day in the office with a view and help. 9


Ryan Sessegnon

He got his chance after just 22 minutes to replace the injured Reguilon. He was a threat, coming down the left flank and making some low crosses into the penalty area and asking Norwich’s defence. He put in a good performance on both ends and that was a really great performance from the England Under-21 team. 7

Matt Doherty

Kane selected with an outside foot pass for the shot that led to the corner that made Sanchez’s goal. A brilliant cameo off the bench in his half hour. 6

Stephen Bergwijn

Some nice touches when he came in late in the game but he was looking for a last minute injury after being on the receiving end of a tough challenge. Unavailable


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