Tottenham player ratings vs Juventus: Vincent Janssen struggles as young guns steal the show

Netherlands' Vincent Janssen in action with England's John Stones

Spurs lost 2-1 to Juventus in Melbourne earlier today.

Vincent Janssen scores the first goal for NetherlandsVincent Janssen scores for Netherlands

Michel Vorm: Had no chance with either Juventus goal and diligently tried to play out from the back. 5/10

Kieran Trippier: Failed to get going in an attacking sense and looked shaky on the defensive front. 4/10

Dominic Ball: Was at fault for the first goal and looked unsure in possession. Steadied as the game progressed. 4/10

Cameron Carter-Vickers: Fared slightly better than his defensive counterpart but still looks a raw prospect. 5/10

Will Miller: Played well in an unfamiliar role at left-back; looks tidy on the ball. 6/10

Manchester City's Samir Nasri in action with Southampton's Victor WanyamaManchester City's Samir Nasri in action with Victor Wanyama

Victor WanyamaA solid debut from the powerful midfielder. Broke up play well and won the ball to provide the assist for Lamela's strike. 7/10

Ryan Mason: Another all too anonymous performance from the 25-year old. Will struggle to see much game time next season. 4/10

Heung-Min Son: Spurs fans are expecting a lot more from the South Korean in his second year but he had zero impact on this game and needs to improve. 3/10

Tom Carroll: Failed to stamp his mark on the game in the number ten role. Another who will struggle to feature in the coming campaign. 4/10

Nacer Chadli: Offered absolutely nothing in the 45 minutes he featured in. Needs to provide more if he is to stick around for much longer. 3/10

Vincent Janssen: Not the debut he would have hoped for. Starved of service in the first half and couldn't make the ball stick too often. Showed some promising movement however. 5/10


Tottenham's Erik Lamela in actionTottenham's Erik Lamela in action

DeAndre Yedin: Added an injection of energy down the flanks. Looks to have improved after his loan spell at Sunderland. 6/10

Harry Winks: Offered far more than Carroll and Mason with a busy and direct performance. Could be one to emerge next season. 7/10

Joshua Onomah: Another youngster who outshone the senior players. Got far more involved than Chadli or Son managed to. 6/10

England's Marcus EdwardsEngland's Marcus Edwards

Erik Lamela: The driving force behind Spurs' mini-revival after his introduction at half-time. Took his goal well and could have had more. Expect a big season from the Argentinian. 8/10 MOTM

Anton Walkes: Filled in at right-back and then centrally. Didn't have much chance to impress. 5/10

Shayon Harrison: Had a couple of chances he will be disappointed not to have put away. Showed good movement though. 5/10

Marcus EdwardsShowed glimpses of why there is such hype around him. Excellent close control and great vision. One to watch. 7/10

Luke Amos: N/A

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