Tottenham head into the break against Gary O’Neil’s side currently level at 1-1.

Hugo Lloris: With Spurs playing on the front foot, he was rarely troubled until he pulled off a great save to deny Tavernier. 6. 

Pedro Porro: A slow start to the game for the right wing-back who gave the ball away with a sloppy pass and was subsequently nutmegged. Was at fault for the qualiser when he was dispossessed far too easily. 4.

Cristian Romero: A quiet half from the Argentine. 6.

Eric Dier: Made an important tackle in the Spurs box to deny Christie who was in full flight. 6.

Clement Lenglet: Showed good vision to pick out Perisic in the build-up to Son’s opener.  Was forced off with an injury ten minutes before half time. 6.

Clement Lenglet

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Ivan Perisic: Started the game brightly and made a good run in behind to set up Son to score. 7.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: The more defensive of the midfield pairing, needs to take the game by its scruff with Spurs looking poor after the equaliser. 5.

Oliver Skipp: Got forward and supported the attacks early on just as he did against Brighton. 6.

Heung-min Son: Linked up nicely with Perisic in the opening stages and it paid off when the Croatian cut the ball back for Son to drill home  Came close to a second only for Neto to palm the ball over the bar. 7.

Dejan Kulusevski: Slightly better than last week but still needs to do more. 5.

Harry Kane: Has been dropping deep to look to play in the runners behind the defence, not many clear cut chances for the forward. 6.

Davinson Sanchez: Came in the 35th minute in place of Lenglet. 6.

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