Spurs player ratings: Alderweireld and Alli star yet again, Lamela struggles, Eriksen improves

Tottenham drew 1-1 at Everton today - here is how their players rated at Goodison Park today...

Hugo Lloris 7 - made a superb save to deny Muhamed Besic's volley, whilst he had to be on his toes to deny Ross Barkley in injury time.

Kyle Walker 8 - didn't have many problems from Arouna Kone down his flank, whilst he also got forward well on a number of occasions.

Toby Alderweireld 9 - arguably the signing of the season in the Premier League. Not only did the throw himself in the way of countless Everton attacks, but he also hit a raking pass for Dele Alli's equaliser in another outstanding performance.

Jan Vertonghen 7 - had an interesting battle with his international team-mate Romelu Lukaku, and whilst he generally coped well, he may feel he could have done better with Everton's goal.

Ben Davies 7 - desperately unlucky to see his long range strike cannon back of the crossbar. Got drawn towards the ball for the opening goal, but stood up well against Aaron Lennon and then Gerard Deulofeu.

Eric Dier 8 - effective in front of the back four with five interceptions, whilst he kept possession ticking over and didn't allow Ross Barkley much joy through the middle.

Tom Carroll 7 - a couple of shaky moments from Carroll, but he used possession well. Doesn't possess the power and drive of Mousa Dembele, which Spurs missed today.

Christian Eriksen 7 - a little brighter than recent displays, and whipped a shot wide of the post in the first half. Tottenham looked worse without him on the pitch when he was substituted in the second period.

Dele Alli 9 - just an exceptional talent. His run to score from Alderweireld's pass was outstanding, whilst his chest control and volleyed finish were exquisite. Always looking to get forward and cause problems, Alli was one of Tottenham's stand-out performers yet again.

Erik Lamela 6 - didn't threaten as much as recent games, having come up against Seamus Coleman. Frustration boiled over in the second half with a booking as the Argentine struggled.

Harry Kane 7 - tough going against John Stones, but saw his stunning long range strike hammer the base of the post early on; deserved a goal for that shot alone.


Son Heung-min 5 - didn't have much of an impact other than having a shot blocked from the edge of the penalty area.

Nabil Bentaleb and Joshua Onomah also came on, but didn't have long enough on the pitch to make a mark on the game.

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