PLAYER RATINGS: Tottenham 0-0 Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Hugo Lloris – He had a unique game as he looked shaky in a couple of occasions but he showed his class with a brilliant save from Hazard.

Kyle Walker – His worst game of the season since the opener as he looked timid and afraid at times. He kept trying to play safe where there were easier and better options. He could have been sent off for his challenge on Azpilicueta and he was lucky to stay on the pitch.

Danny Rose – He also had a nightmare of a game for his standards as he was terrible defensively in the first half and was terrible on the attack all game long. At least he fixed his defensive issues in the second half and helped his team keep a clean sheet.

Toby Alderweireld – A man of the match performance from the signing of the season as he was commanding and composed at all times. He had a mistake late on but he recovered well. He gave close to nothing to a lively Hazard and that says a lot.

Jan Vertonghen – The other Belgian centre back was a bit shakier as he had communication problems with his teammates at times and he did not show enough bravery on the ball. He was still a rock defensively though and kept another clean sheet.

Eric Dier – It was not a great match for the young midfielder as he had troubles early on but he recovered well and finished the game strong.

Christian Eriksen – The Dane playmaker tried hard to find an opening for his team but he was not good enough to open up a tight Chelsea defence.

Ryan Mason – An underwhelming performance from the midfielder as he played in the unfamiliar right midfielder position. He was anonymous for most of the game and was taken off with an ankle injury.

Heung-Min Son – A really lively performance from the Korean as he was in and around the box to find a goal and worried Chelsea defenders with his movement. He was unlucky not to get a goal.

Mousa Dembele – Another solid performance from the Belgian in a really tight game. He thrives in these kinds of games as he can show his strength and dribbling abilities.

Harry Kane – Kane tried everything to score and win the game for his team as he took many shots but most of them were blocked and over the bar. His frustration was summed up with an outrageous bicycle kick attempt.


Erik Lamela – A lively introduction from the Argentine as he looked really creative with his skills and flicks into the box. He is a definite starter when fit.

Clinton N’Jie – He tried to use his pace to open up the Chelsea defence but he was too wide and looked to get a touch on the ball rather than running behind.

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