Tottenham player ratings: Reguilon, Dier, Winks poor as Bergwijn scores but Kane and Son falter

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Hugo Lloris

Couldn’t do much about Reguilon’s shock own goal. Saved low down from Grealish before the half hour mark. Couldn’t stop Watkins’ goal but denied the striker just before the break. Made a brave save at the feet of the striker only for the flag to belatedly go up for offside. 6

Japhet Tanganga

Some good blocks in his own box but also found himself overloaded at times down his flank. Picked up what looked like a painful ankle injury late in the game and had to be stretchered off. 6

Toby Alderweireld

Didn’t do too much wrong at the back and could only watch as the mistakes were made on the other side of the defence. 6

Eric Dier

Made an important block in the Spurs box inside the first 25 minutes, but put Reguilon into trouble with the second goal and Watkins breezed past him with little effort. Sloppy late in the first half as well to hand Watkins another chance. Made a good block from Watkins in the final 10 minutes and a late tackle to deny Traore. 4

Sergio Reguilon

Scored one of the most bizarre own goals you’ll see on 20 minutes as he sliced an attempted clearance over his own head from just inside the Spurs box and into the net. Then before half-time he failed to clear the ball twice and on the second occasion hit it against Traore and the ball deflected into the path of Watkins to score. His crossing was poor when he got forward. 2

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Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

Some loose passing and he picked up a first half yellow card which kept in check what he could do for much of the remainder of the game. Winks will get a lot of the midfield flak but the Dane was no better. 5

Harry Winks

Struggled to impress in the first half with some overhit passes and some weak moments on the ball. Didn’t always show for passes when he was needed. Improved slightly in the second half but didn’t justify his inclusion over anyone else. 5

Dele Alli

Worked hard but had very little quality on the day when Spurs needed it the most. 5

Steven Bergwijn

The Dutchman was back in the team and welcomed the fans back with a cracker of a goal, dispossessing Nakamba, holding off two challenges and rifling a half-volley into the top right corner. He was one of the few fighting up front in the first half and early in the second period had two shots saved in quick succession. 7

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Son Heung-min

Mostly anonymous barring a clever backheel early in the second half which ultimately led to Bergwijn having a chance. 4

Harry Kane

All eyes were on the striker and he had a quiet first half, seeing very little of the ball. He went on a surging run early in the second half before teeing up Bergwijn for a chance. Never took the game by the scruff of the neck and mostly watched on as a bystander. You can’t help but feel he was affected by everything being said around him despite the fans cheering for him. 4

Subs

Gareth Bale

The fans called for him and they eventually got him. He tried to make things happen but it wasn’t to be. 5

Tanguy Ndombele

Another who the fans wanted to start but got only a few minutes at the end of the game. 5

Matt Doherty

Replaced Tanganga late on. N/A

Source by Football London

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