We may just be seven games into the new season, but we have already been given a chance to assess who are going to be big players for Tottenham this season.
Let’s take a look at how everyone has done so far:
Hugo Lloris – 9 – His best form in a Tottenham shirt in many years.
Paulo Gazzaniga – 5 – Failed in his chance to impress against Leicester City.
Kyle Walker-Peters – 6.5 – Has performed about as well as I had expected, but looks a long way off first choice.
Serge Aurier – 8 – Has done wonderfully since coming back into the first team, but can he keep it up?
Davinson Sanchez – 4 – Looked sloppy at centre-back and the less said about his right-back skills the better.
Toby Alderweireld – 7 – His usual steady self but a few errors have crept in which has led to a lack of clean sheets.
Jan Vertonghen – 6 – Dropped for the first few games and has failed to get going ever since.
Danny Rose – 7.5 – Always one of Tottenham’s best and most passionate performers.
Ben Davies – 6 – Played one game and struggled to deal with the pace against Olympiacos.
Tanguy Ndombele – 7.5 – I have been impressed with some of his initial performances, even if they are still a way from those in a Lyon shirt last year.
Harry Winks – 10 – Tottenham’s best player by a country mile.
Moussa Sissoko – 8 – Always consistent and powerful on the ball for Spurs, an underrated player every week.
Victor Wanyama – 4 – Came on against Leicester and let the side down.
Oliver Skipp – 5 – I expected the odd start for him in the first few games, but he has failed to even get a decent number of minutes. Only a matter of time though.
Dele Alli – 5 – Has looked far from his best yet again. Hopefully, some game time after his injury will see him return to the form we know and love.
Erik Lamela – 9 – The surprise package for Spurs. Maybe this is what an injury-free Lamela looks like?
Christian Eriksen – 6.5 – Shows flashes of brilliance but seems to be lacking an element of drive and consistency.
Giovani Lo Celso – 6 – Looked to be coming along nicely and working towards his first start when injury hit.
Lucas Moura – 7 – Always ready to step up off the bench or in rotation games for the Lilywhites, even if he lacks the consistency to be a starter.
Heung Min Son – 8 – Fast becoming one of the best players at the club.
Harry Kane – 7.5 – Scoring plenty of goals and still looks to have a lot of room for improvement this season. Big things to come.
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