Kane and Bentaleb among Tottenham’s better performers.
Plucky Tottenham Hotspur continued to embrace their role as Premier League comeback kings on Sunday as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with West Ham United at White Hart Lane.
(Video) Harry Kane Goal: Spurs Complete Dramatic Comeback With Late Penalty Rebound.
(Video) Danny Rose Goal: Tottenham Peg West Ham Back Thanks To Weird Strike.
(Video) Diafra Sakho Goal: West Ham Star’s Wonderstrike Puts Hammers 2-0 Up.
(Video) Cheikhou Kouyate Goal: Hammers Midfielder Proves He Is Big Game Player With Bullet Header At Tottenham.
Here’s how Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs rated against the Hammers…
GK: Hugo Lloris – 7/10
Both of West Ham’s goals were past Lloris before he even had time blink, so no blame can be attached on that front. The Frenchman fumbled the ball early in the first half, but, all in all, he had a pretty solid game, making a couple of fine saves in the process.
RB: Kyle Walker – 5/10
Adequate defensively, but subdued going forward, which is strange for Walker.
LB: Danny Rose – 7/10
His goal was pretty flukey, but Rose was one of Tottenham’s best attackers all game. His defensive play was decent too.
Eric Dier – 5.5/10
Pretty busy, making 10 clearances. However, Dier was not as composed as usual. His distribution was a bit sketchy.
Jan Vertonghen – 5/10
Vertonghen seemed to shrink today, which is strange considering how well he played in the wins over Cheslea and Arsenal earlier this year.