Spurs player ratings: Trio stand out - but Lamela and Townsend are awful

Tottenham Hotspur were fortunate to draw against West Ham United after a poor performance. Here's how their players rated...

Hugo Lloris - 7/10

Not the Frenchman's best game but he still produced two top second-half saves. Once again, Lloris was let down by his defenders.

Danny Rose - 7/10

One of few to show energy down the left-hand side and, while he didn't help his reputation as a poor defender, he backed up his reputation as a good attacking full-back. Also scored - somewhat fortunately - Tottenham's first goal against West Ham.

Jan Vertonghen - 6/10

Didn't do all that much to protect his goalkeeper, without being particularly at fault for anything himself.

Eric Dier - 6/10

Far from his match-winning performance at West Ham earlier this season, the 21-year-old was too easily beaten in the air for the opening goal and looked unconvincing throughout. Interestingly, this was the one game that would have been perfect for Federico Fazio.

Kyle Walker - 4/10

Anonymous both going forward and defensively. This was a game to forget for Walker - and Spurs fans will no doubt forget he was even playing.

Nabil Bentaleb - 7.5/10

Tottenham's standout star during a dire display at the Lane. Bentaleb almost opened the scoring and passed well throughout. The 20-year-old has made himself indispensable to boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Ryan Mason - 6/10

Promised a lot when he got himself into good positions - but mostly ended up wasting his chances by constantly going for long shots and producing mediocre strikes.

Erik Lamela - 4/10

Funnily enough, the Argentine was involved in Rose's goal, whipping the initial cross into the box. But he was desperately poor that aside.

Mousa Dembele - 5/10

Tottenham missed Christian Eriksen in the first half, with Dembele absolutely flattering to deceive down the middle.

Andros Townsend - 4/10

Another disastrous performance from the 23-year-old. What does he really offer Spurs that Aaron Lennon couldn't?

Harry Kane - 6.5/10

An off-kilter display from Tottenham's talisman still saw him save a point for the north London side. Kane won a late penalty and, despite missing it, tucked home the rebound.


Christian Eriksen - 6.5/10

His mere presence seemed to swing things in the second half against West Ham and he should have been started by Pochettino.

Roberto Soldado - 6/10

The usual from Soldado. He was there, he ran. But little else.

Nacer Chadli also came on with 10 minutes to go.

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