Michel Vorm – He had quite an easy game as he was not tested for most parts of the game. He was commanding in his area and had two decent saves from Ings’ two shots.
Kyle Walker – He had an average game as he was decent on the defensive end but produced close to nothing on the attacking side of things. He had to be replaced right after the start of second half.
Eric Dier – He had the most touches by any Spurs player and he was in control for most of the match. He did not make any big mistakes in the game.
Vlad Chiriches – He started the game for Vertonghen and did not have much trouble keeping Burnley out. He scared the fans with his unusual decision making. He had to move to right back after Walker was subbed off and he performed decent enough.
Danny Rose – He made his usual runs when necessary but the end product was never there. His crosses were terrible and he was lucky to escape the yellow card after he dived in the opposition box. Burnley’s pressure game really bothered him all game long.
Nabil Bentaleb – He had one of his worst displays of the season. He was never good on the ball and Burnley players stretched him out of position all game long.
Ryan Mason – It looks like he doesn’t learn from his mistakes as another one of his poor passes led to a chance in his own box. He was decent when defending but he had no influence on the attacking side of things.
Paulinho – Pochettino baffled everyone by picking him ahead of Townsend and this game will not improve the Brazilian’s chances of staying in the line-up. He was anonymous all game long and his second half blunder summed up his career at Tottenham.
Christian Eriksen – He was never able to show his quality on the ball and he often came too deep to even have a touch on the ball. He had a half decent chance to put his team up front but his shot went over the bar.
Nacer Chadli – Every time he touched the ball, he chose the selfish option and broke up promising attacks. Apart from his shot that forced a save from Heaton, he had no influence on the game whatsoever.
Harry Kane – He couldn’t save his team’s atrocious display as he was also quiet. He never received the service he needed and his hard work did not make much difference.
Ben Davies – Came on for Walker and played as a centre-back. He had a good game considering he played at an uncomfortable position for him.
Erik Lamela – He came on for Chadli and created the chance for Eriksen but that was all he did in the time he was on the pitch.
Andros Townsend – He came on late but never affected the game.
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