Tottenham player ratings: Onomah shows promise, Wimmer disappoints but Son shows flashes

Tottenham Hotspur Statue

Tottenham lost 1-0 at home to Crystal Palace in the FA Cup this afternoon.

Michel Vorm 6 - provided a vital stop when Kyle Walker's header drifted over his head, but maybe should have done better for Martin Kelly's winning goal.

Kyle Walker 6 - almost scored an own goal but was solid enough outside of that. Possibly doesn't offer as much as Kieran Trippier does from crossing situations, and may lose his place for the next game.

Eric Dier 5 - had the occasional problem with Emmanuel Adebayor and Connor Wickham. Looked shaky in defence and should return to midfield immediately.

Kevin Wimmer 5 - another player who was given a tough time by Adebayor and Wickham, Wimmer didn't look anywhere near as comfortable without Toby Alderweireld alongside him.

Danny Rose 6 - offered Spurs width down the left going forward, but had problems with Wilfried Zaha defensively. Caught out of position for Palace's winning goal.

Nabil Bentaleb 5 - some sharp, direct passing into the front line at times, but his passing was largely sloppy and didn't stake his claim for a regular first-team place.

Mousa Dembele 5 - struggled to impose himself on the game like we know he can, before being subbed off at half time with a thigh injury.

Son Heung-min 7 - one of the brighter players in the final third, Son showed some neat footwork when running at defenders but couldn't provide the end product, before being replaced for Nacer Chadli.

Dele Alli 7 - unlucky not to score when his first half shot hit both posts, and he also went agonisingly close with a stunning long range strike in the second half. Not everything he did came off, but he was dangerous again for Spurs.

Joshua Onomah 6 - Spurs clearly have a player in Onomah. He maybe should have scored with a header in the first half, but he didn't hide and almost scored from close range in the second half. Needs to add some strength, but he should have a bright future at Tottenham.

Harry Kane 6 - an uncharacteristically quiet display from Kane, who maybe should have been rested for this game even after being left out against Fiorentina. Just didn't look on top of his game today, but held the ball up well and tested Hennessey with a couple of efforts.

Substitutes:

Christian Eriksen 6 - got on the ball and probed away but couldn't unlock the Palace defence, having had a shot saved by Hennessey from the edge of the box.

Nacer Chadli 6 - some decent link-up play but didn't have too much of an impact after coming on for Son.

Ryan Mason also came on, but wasn't really on the field long enough to change the game.

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