PLAYER RATINGS: Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 QPR

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Dom Le Roy

Hugo Lloris – It was one of his easiest games in his career as he was only a spectator in most of the game. He was alert and calm when he was needed.

Eric Dier – He produced a great outing again today and he looks to be a great buy for Tottenham. He did not have much to do defensively and he showed his attacking prowess by running his heart out and showing enthusiasm. He scored a great header for his second goal of the season.

Danny Rose – He was excellent today as he gave QPR all sorts of problems on the left wing. He ran up and down the pitch all game long and created the 4th goal with a great ball to Adebayor.

Younes Kaboul – Even though QPR did not trouble the Tottenham defence, Kaboul almost made a huge mistake that could have levelled the score. He found it hard to deal with Remy’s pace at times.

Jan Vertonghen – After a season to forget, the Belgian looks to be back as he was the dominating man in defence as his tackles and interceptions were on point. He used the ball really well and got his team going forward from the back.

Etienne Capoue – He was one of the nominees to be the man of the match as he dominated the midfield. He bossed the game and did not let any QPR player get through and control the ball.

Christian Eriksen – His passing game was great today and he looked really comfortable in his natural position in the middle as he paired up well with his teammates. He almost scored from a free-kick that rattled the crossbar.

Nabil Bentaleb – He put on another good outing today as he passed the ball really well and controlled the possession in midfield with ease. He was replaced in the 60th minute by Dembele

Nacer Chadli – An incredible display from a man who looked to be on the transfer list after a terrible first season at Tottenham. He took his first goal perfectly with a clever finish and he was at the right place at the right time for his second goal. He deserved his standing ovation when he was subbed in 67th minute.

Erik Lamela – The man of the match as he showed why Tottenham paid so much for him. He was always looking for the ball, take on players and create an opportunity for his teammates. He had 2 assists in the game but had a big impact on the game that can’t be explained with numbers.

Emmanuel Adebayor – He showed everyone why he is the main striker on his team as he scared QPR defence every time he picked up the ball. His fast and smart runs and good passing play opened up the opposition defence all afternoon long. He deserved his goal and his standing ovation when he was subbed in the 79th minute.


Mousa Dembele – Came on for Bentaleb in the 60th minute and controlled the midfield like he always does. He showed more intent to go forward this time and all in all he was decent.

Harry Kane – He came on for Chadli in the 67th minute. He did not have as many chances as Adebayor had in the game and he didn’t test Green at all in the game.

Roberto Soldado – Replaced Adebayor in the 79th minute when the game was already done and dusted so he did not have any effect on the game.

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