Tottenham drew 1-1 with West Brom on Saturday - here is how their players rated.
Hugo Lloris 8 - the Frenchman made a key save against Chelsea last week to guarantee Spurs a point, and history repeated itself on Saturday. Lloris made a stunning reflex stop to keep out a close-range Jonas Olsson strike, proving that he is one of the top goalkeepers in the Premier League.
Kyle Walker 6 - strong going forward but will certainly be disappointed with his part in West Brom's equaliser. The right back allowed James McClean to get across him and beat him to the ball, handing the Baggies a share of the spoils.
Toby Alderweireld 8 - a couple of scares from the athletically imposing Rondon, but Alderweireld was sound defensively and played a superb raking pass for Tottenham's goal.
Jan Vertonghen 7 - Vertonghen was also troubled by the pace and power of Rondon early on, but settled down and was generally solid throughout.
Danny Rose 7 - had his moments going forward and made one outstanding last-ditch tackle to prevent West Brom going in front in the second half.
Eric Dier 6 - switched off in the build-up to West Brom's equaliser, allowing Darren Fletcher to ghost past him and supply the cross for McClean's header. Solid otherwise, but a disappointing moment from the youngster.
Mousa Dembele 6 - flashed his ability with a couple of strong, skilful runs, but wasn't quite at the level he has been of late. Mauricio Pochettino will be looking for an improvement against Newcastle next weekend.
Dele Alli 8 - the teenager impressed yet again for Spurs, making a superb breaking run in to the box to score Tottenham's goal. A couple of times his decision making let him down, but that will come with experience.
Christian Eriksen 5 - stuck out on the left and right flanks, Eriksen had very little impact on the game. Clearly at his best as a No. 10, the Dane was quiet out wide, and Pochettino should consider a change in the coming weeks.
Erik Lamela 5 - another player who didn't quite have the desired impact in the final third. Worked hard but was substituted Son Heung-min in the second half.
Harry Kane 6 - didn't have the service he would have wanted, but went close with a scuffed second half strike from close range which was cleared off the line.
Son Heung-min 5 - made very little impact as a substitute having been brought on for Lamela. Seems to be better from the start, if his recent substitute appearances are anything to go by.
Clinton N'Jie - wasn't on long enough to make an impact, having been introduced on 80 minutes.