Tottenham Hotspur played out one of the worst games of the season at Burnley. Here's how their players rated...
Michel Vorm - 7/10
Rarely troubled but made Tottenham's most important contributions of the game with two first-half saves. Danny Ings made things easy for the goalkeeper, though, after failing to capitalise on a Ryan Mason mistake with a limp shot straight at the shot stopper.
Kyle Walker - 5/10
Pretty poor again but not disastrous before being forced off through injury.
Vlad Chiriches - 6/10
Made a couple of great passes while also enduring some uncomfortable moments. Didn't do too badly considering he was put in an unfamiliar centre-back partnership before being shifted out wide to right-back.
Eric Dier - 6/10
Like Chiriches, no major mistakes, without looking remarkably solid.
Danny Rose - 6/10
Often Spurs' driving force going forward but only made a couple of aimless runs into the box today.
Ryan Mason - 6/10
Made some good runs from deep but was sloppy and gave the ball away in key areas, being fortunate enough not to be punished for it.
Christian Eriksen - 6/10
Was a little quiet, perhaps due to an international hangover? Was too slow with some of his passing although he did, to his credit, try to get things going in the second half.
Paulinho - 5/10
His contribution was summed up with a simply terrible shot after half-time. It was just terrible.
Nabil Bentaleb - 6/10
Much like his team-mates, a very average performance from the Tottenham man.
Nacer Chadli - 5/10
Was clumsy on the ball, often losing possession and then committing a foul. Followed Eriksen's lead in trying to get things going and offered a decent shot midway through the first half but that was pretty much it.
Harry Kane - 6/10
Captained his Spurs side but received virtually no service whatsoever. This game really was a snoozefest.
Ben Davies - 6/10
Replaced Walker but was shifted to centre-back, producing a commendable effort under the circumstances.
Erik Lamela came on after the break and was decent but nothing special at all.
Andros Townsend was also brought on for seven minutes in the second half...