Tottenham head into the break against Ruben Selles’ side currently 1-0 ahead courtesy of Pedro Porro’s goal.

Fraser Forster: Facing his former side and has not been troubled, apart from a lapse in concentration when he carried the ball out for a corner. 6.

Pedro Porro: Found himself in plenty of space down the right and cut back inside on his weaker right foot, but could only fire over the bar. He did exactly the same later in the half but made up for it when he scored his first goal for Spurs just before half time. 7.

Cristian Romero: Covered well to deny Salisu an opportunity as a result of Walcott’s cross. 7.

Eric Dier: Flashed a header across goal from a Kulusevski cross. was beaten too easily by Walcott which saw the ex-Arsenal player deliver a dangerous ball into the box. 6.

Clement Lenglet: A quiet half for the Frenchman. 6.

Ben Davies: Kept his place at left-wing back and found himself swapping sides with Porro on the 20-minute mark for a few minutes to the frustration of Conte. Forced off after 35 minutes with what looked like a hamstring issue for the Welshman. 6.

Ben Davies

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Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: As the senior of the midfield pairing, he needs to be looking to get the ball forward more. 6.

Oliver Skipp: Has shown a good range of passing and is getting better with every game. 7.

Harry Kane Saw an early shot inside the penalty area blocked 6.

Heung-min Son: Had a good shot which went narrowly wide of the post. Played a lovely ball for Porro’s goal. 7.

Richarlison: Looked devastated after being forced off with an injury inside the opening minutes. NA.

Dejan Kulusevski: Came on in place of the injured Richarlison.  Played a good cross onto the head of Dier and has looked more like his old self.  He created a few chances and made one himself after jinking past Salisu. 7.

Ivan Perisic: On for Ben Davies just after the half hour mark, no impact as of yet. 5.

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