Tottenham player ratings: Skipp dazzles, Son shines while Reguilon and Davies impress down left

Hugo Lloris

There wasn’t much for him to do until 72 minutes when he had to drive a crawling cross under the crossbar. Then he made a series of good punches under pressure and stopped a dangerous cross from Tony with his toe. 7

Davinson Sanchez

It was a shaky match at times, coming from the background of his performance against Moura, though he improved and started the move to score Spurs’ second goal. 5

Eric Dyer

It was the dangerous curling pass that was cleared at the last minute for the corner that led to Spurs’ opening goal. He defended well in general and was another solid showing from the central defence. 7

Ben Davies

He forced an own goal to put Spurs ahead early in the game and sent another header into the net that Fernandes shot in the air. He made a number of important interceptions at the back and looked good to the left of the three defenders, combining a strong defense with a climb to the field. 8

Emerson Royal

A mixed night for the Brazilian as he worked hard on the right but lacked quality on his last pass and had some tough moments in defence. 6

Oliver Skip

Lots of tackles and early interceptions and he quickly tried to push Spurs up the pitch. He came out early in the second half and fired a perfect shot for Kane en route for what should have been the hosts’ second goal. Show exactly why Conte has joined the list of Tottenham managers who believe he has a bright future and present. 9

Pierre-Emile Hojberg

The goalkeeper denied him before the break and sent an effort into the side netting after the break. He went up and down the pitch to contribute to both parties. 7

Sergio Reguilon

I got into a lot of dangerous situations down the left. His quality was lacking until the 65th minute when he broke into Kane’s pass and picked Son to score a perfect inch cross. Dealing with the role of right-back and if he can consistently find more quality in this final ball then he can really shine. 8

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Lucas Moura

The goalkeeper forced a save in the first six minutes. As always, he worked hard and his pressure led to chances but he lacked that decisive quality in the opponent’s run. 6

Harry King

Lucas played inside the penalty area to get an early chance. He had a great chance at the start of the second half only to fire his shot at the goalkeeper. He sent Reguilon away to set up Son for Tottenham’s second goal. He got through a lot of work up front and used the ball well, but he should have scored his big chance and he’ll know it. 7

Son Heung Min

Dangerous on the left flank in the first half, his display caused chaos in Tottenham’s early goal. In the 37th minute he curled away from the goalkeeper and fully deserved to take his place on the scoresheet by running over the pitch to take advantage of Reguilon’s pass. He looked more like his old self. 8


Harry Winks

A shimmery veil with a pretty crinkle ball for Son and a back heel for Skipp. 6

Japhet Tanganga

Emerson was substituted late and had a chance in the last seconds but was blocked. Unavailable

Stephen Bergwijn

Came for the son at the last minutes. Unavailable


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