PLAYER RATINGS: Tottenham 3-2 West Ham

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Harry Kane scored twice in the final two minutes as Tottenham came from behind to snatch a 3-2 win over West Ham.

Spurs’ unbeaten record was in jeopardy with the Hammers leading through goals from Michail Antonio and a Manuel Lanzini penalty, either side of an equaliser from Harry Winks.

But Kane, sent back from England duty last weekend to work on his fitness, equalised in the 89th minute and then tucked away the winning spot-kick moments later.

Hugo Lloris 6

Kyle Walker 6

Eric Dier 7

Jan Vertonghen 6

Danny Rose 7

Victor Wanyama 7

Mousa Dembele 6

Harry Winks 8

Christian Eriksen 6

Harry Kane 8

Vincent Janssen 5

Subs:

Dele Alli (for Janssen, 67) 8

Heung-Min Son (for Dembele, 73) 6

Kieran Trippier (for Walker, 89) 6

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Sorry but Son 6?!!
    The boy changed the game when he came on!!
    Great game from Harry Winks he's potentially better than Ryan Mason! COYS!!

    • I was going to say the same thing when I read this article about Son. He came on as a sub, had a hand in 2 goals and only gets a 6. Thought Harry Winks had a great game too. I do like a young player who is comfortable on the ball and always looks for a forward pass rather that a backwards one like we have done the last few years. Really looks like a player for the future. COYS

  2. Harry Winks has good lateral movement and can actually turn a man which is a huge asset, and a necessity in the game for a midfielder. Winks is athletic enough and appears to read the game fairly well. He has a future and is way better than Tom Carroll ever was ( which was awful from day 1)

    Eriksen gets a 6 !!!! Lets evaluate that. Had two corners actually clear the first man which was an improvement that is how poor his corners have been. Even then the other two were headed by a Hammer first. So that is a 0. Had two dead ball attempts at goal. First one was well over the top , and the second was embarrassing. From a fantastic position he managed to hit the ball 12 feet wide of the goal with no curl. A NOW SHOCKING 0-for the last 82 attempts!!! Why is he taking any??? So that is a 0 or a -4. Hammers first goal came from a second corner after Eriksen in typical fashion had a chance to clear the first corner when it was sent in the air to the edge of the box. He made sure he was nt going to be involved witha header or even block the Hammer in case he was touched. He was SOO scared at one point that Kayate was going to steam into him when he got the ball near the touch line in the first half, that he just bottled it and hit the ball out of bounds. It was Unreal!!.. There was no injured player on the field for those who may suggest this an excuse. He almost gave himself an injury by running into Kayate late in the first exemplifying his complete lack of pace again. I thought this was the opportunity that he would use to do us all a favour and take himself off.

    Eriksen was worth a 2 at best. Poch better wake up and leave this guy out of the team or he is playing with fire.. Enough is enough. NO more excuses for this guy. He has proved that he just cannot play due to fear of human contact and that cannot be taught or reversed. He has almost 0 upside to compensate for his other lack of contribution which is polite.

  3. I don't think you can have watched the same game as me! Winks was the only player to try and push forward and is a 9. Son, as said by others, changed the result by getting behind the WH defense and must be a 7, although he had lost the ball a fair few times prior to his successful cross and pen. As for Eriksen, a 5 at most, and several weeks training with the youth team. He has been utter rubbish this season, a fact highlighted by the TV commentary with the fact he had not scored since March!!

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