Tottenham player ratings: Dembele impresses, Clinton N'Jie shows potential

Tottenham Hotspur drew 0-0 with Liverpool earlier today.

Hugo Lloris 7 - solid display from the Frenchman, who vitally poked the ball away from Martin Skrtel in the first half, with the Slovakian seemingly set to put Liverpool in front before Lloris' intervention.

Kyle Walker 7 - Walker enjoyed a strong performance, nullifying the threat of Philippe Coutinho and getting forward well before picking up a late injury.

Toby Alderweireld 7 - Alderweireld again looked composed today, continuing his fine form for the club. Divock Origi's pace didn't cause him too many problems this afternoon, with Alderweireld seemingly comfortable against his Belgian compatriot.

Jan Vertonghen 7 - after a tough outing against Swansea City two weeks ago, Vertonghen was far more comfortable today, coping better with the pace of Origi than he did against brute force of Bafetimbi Gomis.

Danny Rose 7 - another sound display from a Tottenham defender today, and his performance gives Pochettino a real headache, with Ben Davies also impressing this season.

Mousa Dembele 8 - one of his better displays of late. The Belgian was combative when winning possession back and attempted to drive forward in attack. Dembele needs to replicate this though, as inconsistency has been a common theme for him at Spurs.

Dele Alli 6 - had a great chance to score in the first half but saw his shot blocked. The teenager had the lowest pass completion % of any player that started for Spurs, and will want to take care of possession in future.

Erik Lamela 6 - flitted in and out of the game, and wasn't able to replicate the performance from last month against Manchester City. Replaced by Andros Townsend with just three minutes left to play.

Christian Eriksen 7 - influential in the first half and found plenty of room in behind Harry Kane. Looked dangerous before half time, and whilst he had a nice opening in the second period where he set up Kane, the Dane was a little quieter after the break.

Nacer Chadli - had no time to make an impact having been substituted after just 11 minutes, after picking up an early injury.

Harry Kane 6 - the goal against Manchester City was supposed to set Kane back on the goal trail. Yet still, he continues to snatch at chances and take shots when passes to team-mates would be better. Some bright moment but not his best display.


Clinton N'Jie 7 - bright, pacey and direct. Some sloppy passing but N'Jie was a threat, and almost scored with a shot with the outside of his foot, which forced Mignolet in to a superb save.

Andros Townsend - wasn't on long enough to make an impact.

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