Spurs player ratings vs Real Madrid: Dele Alli impresses again, Vorm struggles

Defence - Spurs v Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur lost 2-0 to the Spanish giants in Munich, with former favourite Gareth Bale getting on the scoresheet late on for Los Blancos.

Michel Vorm 5/10 - Failed to get a hand on an early Jese strike that bounced back off the bar, but made a smart stop not long after. Great save as well from a Luke Modric shot that deflected off Kevin Wimmer, but should have done much better with Gareth Bale’s shot that bounced over him. Spurs fans will be worried if he starts at Old Trafford after such a mistake.

Kyle Walker 6.5/10 - Played a superb one two to be set free down the right early on, and his cross should have been converted by Erik Lamela. One of the side’s best attacking threats.

Toby Alderweireld 6/10 - The Belgian was often playing short passes within his back four and goalkeeper, and the defence looked a bit better in the second period, though that will have had much to do with Real taking their foot off the pedal. A couple of good long balls from deep.

Kevin Wimmer 6/10 - Defended well on a couple of occasions, with a few decent interceptions. But was missing from the penalty box when James Rodriguez nodded home.

Danny Rose 6/10 - A good battle with new signing Luis Danillo down the Tottenham the left, but a little more cautious than normal. Failed to track Rodriguez for Real’s opening goal.

Eric Dier 5.5/10 - Gave the ball away with a sloppy pass in midfield and didn’t look convincing in midfield to begin with, but improved a little as the half went on.

Erik Lamela 5/10 - Should have scored with an early chance that he blazed over the bar, and was also guilty of sloppy passing at times. Looked a long way off the pace in his first pre-season match.

Dele Alli 7/10 - What a step up for the 19-year-old, League One football to a glamour match against Real. One great bit of skill to knock it past Luka Modric, and coped well throughout. Had the physical game to be competitive against one of the best sides in the world, and looked capable of getting forward as well as anyone for Spurs. Just about Tottenham’s best player too.

Mousa Dembele 6.5/10 - Showed that it doesn’t matter who he’s playing against, he can still beat his man with his dribbling and strength. One of Spurs' better players.

Christian Eriksen 6/10 - Struggled to get much time on the ball in the attacking areas, but did hit one decent strike from range that Kiko Casilla tipped round the post. Was badly fouled by Sergio Ramos that saw a yellow card issued.

Harry Kane 5.5/10 - Found it difficult to get on the ball enough, and when the England international did he was quickly crowded out. One of his highlights was fronting up to Sergio Ramos as Spurs captain after the Spaniard scythed down Christian Eriksen.

Substitutes:

Jan Vertonghen 5.5/10 - Spurs were under less pressure in the second half, but he utterly failed to deal with Bale running at him for Real’s second. In the fairness to the Belgian, he wasn’t the first and he won’t be the last.

Nabil Bentaleb 5/10 - Did ok after coming on, spraying a couple of decent passes out wide, but it was an awful pass inside that gifted Bale possession. Has struggled in the last couple of matches.

Nacer Chadli 6/10 - Looked a bit more of a threat than Lamela, with sharper forward passing and a couple of shots.

Harry Winks 5.5/10 - Great strong tackle as soon as he came onto the pitch.

Tom Carroll 5.5/10 - Was involved in some decent passing in central midfield but didn’t make much of an impact.

Josh Onomah N/A

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