Tottenham Hotspur played out a 0-0 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt this evening in the Champions League, adding another point to the Group D board.

Let’s take a look at how the individual players got on:

Hugo Lloris – 7 – Made a crucial stop when Frankfurt found a clever ball over the top in the second half and came off his line well a couple of times.

Emerson Royal – 5.5 – Played Frankfurt onside for arguably their best chance of the game and was pretty wasteful in the final third despite being given lots of space.

Cristian Romero – 8 – Back to his best this evening. He seemed to win every one-v-one he went in for and turned possession over for Spurs for fun.

Eric Dier – 7.5 – Solid defending in the middle as always for Dier, winning the ball back well and finding some nice passes into midfield and attack. Commanded his own box very well too.

Clement Lenglet – 7.5 – A calm and confident display from Lenglet on the left. He has such quality on the ball which helps when Spurs need to play out from the back, but his defending has also been impressive since the switch from Barcelona.

Ivan Perisic – 6 – Not his best game by a long shot. Gave the ball away too often and wasn’t dangerous enough in the final third.

Rodrigo Bentancur – 7 – A slightly quieter game for the Uruguayian as he kept Spurs ticking over from a deeper position. More disciplined and less creative, but that was the game plan Conte set up with tonight.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – 7.5 – A tenacious display from Hojbjerg. Often tucked into defence to allow the wing-backs to get forward and was so disciplined on the ball, turning over possession and passing the ball around nicely.

Richarlison – 6 – A lot of effort without much substance this evening. Richarlison seemed to consistently either take one touch too many or misplace his final pass.

Harry Kane – 7 – I thought Kane played very well this evening. Frankfurt clearly had a plan to glue a defender to his back all night long, but Harry was strong enough to hold them off and still link up play. Missed a couple of chances he would have liked to score.

Heung-min Son – 5.5 – Played well up until a point, but the first touch, final pass, and shooting boots were missing for Sonny tonight. He got into so many dangerous positions, only to squander the chance for Spurs to score.

Substitutes: 

Ryan Sessegnon – 6 – Added some extra legs down the left, but wasn’t able to influence the game too much going forward in his 20 minute cameo.

Ben Davies – 6 – Was subbed on to save Lenglet from any potential red card and looked solid in defence to earn a point for Spurs.

Bryan Gil – 5.5 – A whole lot of energy but he just did not look after the ball. Gave it away time and time again, and seems to try too hard at times.

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