Tottenham player ratings vs Atletico Madrid: Vincent Janssen impresses despite narrow loss

Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates

Spurs were beaten 1-0 by Athletico Madrid in Melbourne today.

Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin celebrates scoring their first goal with teammatesAtletico Madrid's Diego Godin celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates

Michel Vorm: Was left exposed by his defence for the goal and had little else to do all game. 5/10

Kieran Trippier: Failed to offer much going forward but was tidy in possession and handled his defensive duties well. 5/10

Anton Walkes: Looked confident in defending one-on-ones and was strong on the ball. 6/10

Cameron Carter-Vickers: Continues to impress and has made a strong claim to be Spurs' fourth choice centre-back. 7/10

DeAndre Yedlin: Did well out of position at left-back. Will challenge Trippier this season. 6/10

Harry WinksBuilt on a strong display on Tuesday with another good outing. Arguably should be ahead of Mason and Carroll in the pecking order now. 7/10 MOTM

Tottenham's Victor Wanyama in action with Atletico Madrid's Saul NiguezTottenham's Victor Wanyama in action with Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez

Victor Wanyama: Impressed again in the heart of midfield. Will provide Eric Dier with real competition this season. 7/10

Erik LamelaLooked dangerous once again and was unlucky not to grab another goal when he struck the post in the first half. 7/10

Christian EriksenThe Dane looked a bit rusty on his return to the team but showed glimpses of the quality he possesses. 6/10

Josh Onomah: Struggled to get in the game. His future may lie in a deeper midfield role. 4/10

Vincent JanssenA much improved display from the summer signing. Provided excellent link-up play and came close with a free-kick in the second half. 7/10

Tottenham's Erik Lamela in action with Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis and Thomas ParteyTottenham's Erik Lamela in action with Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis and Thomas Partey

Substitutes

Ryan Mason: Fared better than he did against Juventus and was unlucky not to score with a well hit half volley. 6/10

Heung-Min Son: Looked lively and was involved in several dangerous pieces of play. 6/10

Tom Carroll: Failed to make an impact after his introduction.Will struggle for first-team football this season. 3/10

Nacer Chadli: Worked hard but showed little to suggest he will play a key role this season. 4/10

Kyle Walker-Peters: Looked nervous initially but gradually grew into his role. 5/10

Marcus EdwardsWas given just 15 minutes to strut his stuff but showed glimpses again with a couple of exciting runs. 6/10

Will Miller: Deployed again in an unfamiliar left-back role. Coped well. 5/10

Dominic Ball: Played in defensive midfield and looks unlikely to feature this season. 4/10

Luke McGee: N/A

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