Tottenham player ratings: Lloris and Eriksen stand out, but Kane and Walker struggle

Tottenham drew 2-2 with Swansea City today - here is how their players rated...

Hugo Lloris 8 - couldn't do much with either Swansea goal but proved his quality with a vital last gasp save to earn a point for Spurs.

Kyle Walker 4 - given the runaround by Swansea's wing sensation Jefferson Montero. He wasn't the first and won't be the last, but this was a tough afternoon for Walker.

Toby Alderweireld 6 - assured at centre back and cleared crosses when he needed to, and wasn't overawed against Bafetimbi Gomis' physical prowess.

Jan Vertonghen 5 - a little shaky going up against Gomis. Arguably at fault for Ayew's opening goal too, but decent in possession, as usual.

Ben Davies 6 - had a couple of good runs forward but his final ball often let him down and had some trouble handling Andre Ayew. Solid enough but we have seen better from him this season.

Eric Dier 7 - offered strong protection in front of the back four and helped keep former Spurs ace Gylfi Sigurdsson quiet. His booking means he will miss the game against Liverpool, which is a huge blow for Spurs.

Dele Alli 6 - a couple of really dangerous runs forward and a long range shot which tested Lukasz Fabianski, but not everything he tried came off. Another promising performance, though.

Erik Lamela 5 - after an impressive run of performances, the Argentine struggled today. Was quiet before being replaced by Andros Townsend, save for a couple of bright moments in the first half.

Christian Eriksen 8 - quite simply the best free kick taker in the Premier League. His two free kick goals today were simply outstanding, and his creative influence in the final third really helped Spurs.

Nacer Chadli 5 - another disappointing display from Chadli, who was virtually anonymous. Was handed a start in Son Heung-min's absence and didn't take his opportunity.

Harry Kane 5 - decision making remains a little hit-and-miss, and he scored a frankly comical own goal, slicing the ball in to his own net. Not his finest performance.


Andros Townsend 4 - looked dangerous running at defenders, but his poor decision making and non-existent final ball let Spurs down on the break on a number of occasions.

Clinton N'Jie 5 - another player who threatened with his pace, but will be disappointed with his lack of end product, having had a shot go out for a throw in.

Mousa Dembele - wasn't on long enough to make a real impact.

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