Tottenham Hotspur beat Norwich City 3-0 at Carrow Road yesterday. Here are the player ratings.
We rate Tottenham Hotspur’s players from their impressive 3-0 win against Norwich City at Carrow Road last night.
Hugo Lloris - 7
Although Lloris had a relatively quiet night, he made one brilliant save from Steven Naismith to preserve his clean sheet.
Kyle Walker - 8
Walker’s impressive season continues. The right-back was reliable at the back, and he was a constant threat going forward.
Toby Alderweireld - 7
Although he didn’t have his usual centre-back partner in Jan Vertonghen alongside him, Alderweireld remained solid.
Kevin Wimmer - 7
A good start for the Austrian, as he looks to cover for the injured Vertonghen. He looked unfazed throughout the match.
Danny Rose - 7
Another player who has quietly improved this season, Rose was in good form at Carrow Road.
Eric Dier - 7
Almost guarantees to be rated as a seven each week. Dier is becoming Tottenham’s Mr. Reliable, despite his tender years.
Mousa Dembele - 7
The Belgian kept things ticking along nicely in the heart of Tottenham’s midfield.
Heung-Min Son - 7
May just have moved ahead of Erik Lamela in the pecking order, and if he keeps up these sort of performance levels - he will not lose his place in Mauricio Pochettino’s line-up.
Christian Eriksen - 8
Claimed two assists in the match, and pressed from the front. Eriksen was at his best last night, and showed his value to Spurs’ squad.
Dele Alli - 8
What more can be said about Alli? His form since signing for Spurs has been nothing short of sensational, and his early goal set Pochettino’s side on their way last night. He also won Tottenham a penalty. Now has as many Premier League goals this season as Jack Wilshere does in his entire career (7).
Harry Kane - 9
The striker put in a Man of the Match performance, after scoring twice. In truth, Kane was unlucky not have to a hat-trick - having hit the post twice - but his brace was a good reward for a brilliant performance.
Nacer Chadli - 6
Came on for Alli at half-time, but wasn’t quite as involved as the England international.