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Spurs Player Ratings Vs. West Ham: Is Dele Now Sweating On His Place?

By Joe Fish -

Hugo Lloris – Was on hand a couple of times when Spurs went to sleep in the first half but otherwise had a pretty quiet night. 6/10.

Serge Aurier – The Ivorian really is an excellent outlet down the right, although the quality was again not always there. Overcame an early knock to put in a hell of a shift yet again. Deserves the 8-day break. 7/10.

Davinson Sanchez – Was asked to do a bit too much passing out from the back for my liking as West Ham sat deep early on. Solid though. 6/10.

Eric Dier – Another excellent performance, this time without an asterix against us. Won most of his duels with Antonio who is a tough foe. 8/10.

Ben Davies – More progressive going forward than he was against Manchester United. Picked out some good passes and got to the byline a couple of times. Sometimes lost the out-to-in runs of Bowen. 6/10.

Moussa Sissoko – Another good showing from the G.O.A.T, proving that he might have the positional discipline to be the deepest midfielder. 7/10.

Giovani Lo Celso – Started slowly but grew into the game with confidence and by the second half was completely running the show. Always wanted the ball and the partnership with Sissoko seemed a good balance. 8/10.

Lucas Moura – Aside from one stinging first-half shot, the Brazilian had one of his off days, very untimely considering I wrote a passionate defence of him prior to his 100th appearance for us in all competitions. 5/10.

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Dele Alli – Might be sweating on his place for Sheffield United. It was hard for him to find space between the compact West Ham lines, but he may have improved if he was still on when the game opened up. 5/10.

Son Heung-min – Took his disallowed goal well but was otherwise frustrated at how little of the ball he was seeing. A second quiet game in a row. 5/10.

Harry Kane – Much better from the striker. Engaged in more physical work including a couple of strong runs and got that all important goal. Could have had two or three in truth had he been at peak sharpness. 7/10.


Erik Lamela – Came on and found space without doing much with it. 6/10.

Steven Bergwijn – Made good decisions with the ball and looked like he had another goal in him. Looks more like he will be an upgrade on Lucas with every game. 7/10.


Jose Mourinho – Kept some stability in defence with an unchanged back four and improved the balance in midfield by bringing in Lo Celso. His substitutions also made us look more of a threat which is a rarity. 7/10

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