Tottenham Hotspur have had an awful start to the 2019/20 season, but some players have been far worse than others in a Lilywhite shirt.
We want to take a look at the best and worst Spurs players so far this season, ranked from best to worst:
- Tanguy Ndombele – A new player in a new team and new country, Ndombele looks to be adapting to the Premier League well and improving every week. Two goals to his name already too.
- Harry Winks – Tottenham’s most consistent performer over the opening weeks, let down by some awful formations that have put him under too much pressure and run him into the ground.
- Heung Min Son – Always full of running and effort, both offensively and defensively. Has also been Spurs’ most direct and potent threat this season.
- Moussa Sissoko – Such an underrated player and has been a rock in midfield again this year. Also covered well at right-back a couple of times, despite it not being his position.
- Erik Lamela – A surprise but welcome package. Lamela has been one of the few players to show 100% effort so far this season and has grabbed more goals than most.
- Harry Kane – His goals speak for themselves, if only he had better service.
- Danny Rose – Has had some good games and some bad games, but definitely well worth eighth place.
- Hugo Lloris – Would be right up there if not for his two recent mistakes.
- Oliver Skipp – Judged on his one full appearance in the Carabao Cup, this lad deserves more game time.
- Toby Alderweireld – Not at his usual standards but still Tottenham’s best central defender.
- Lucas Moura – Has played a bit-part role but always looks to be a bright spark.
- Kyle Walker-Peters – Only managed three games at the start of the season but by no means embarrassed himself.
- Jan Vertonghen – Far from his best form so far this season.
- Dele Alli – Showed glimpses of the Dele we know and love but a long way off his best.
- Christian Eriksen – Started the season well and has dropped off further and further with each passing week.
- Davinson Sanchez – Looked shaky in the middle during the first few games, then awful at right back.
- Giovani Lo Celso – Looked to be making improvements during his cameos, but they were cut short by injury.
- Paulo Gazzaniga – Now is his big chance to shine.
- Ben Davies – Really struggled against Olympiacos.
- Eric Dier – Absolutely awful against Brighton.
- Victor Wanyama – Way down the pecking order and has looked rusty when played.
- Serge Aurier – Almost threw the game away against Southampton and was the worst performer on that humiliating night against Bayern Munich.
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