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Southampton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs player ratings

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Despite playing with a one-man advantage for the majority of the game, Tottenham Hotspur had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Southampton. 

Following this result, Spurs are currently five points behind the fourth-placed Arsenal with two games in hand. Antonio Conte’s side has got 30 points in 17 games.

Tottenham Hotspur player ratings against Southampton:

Hugo Lloris(6/10)(GK):

Had a pretty comfortable outing for the Frenchman but conceded the goal which he could do nothing about. 

Emerson Royal(6/10)(RWB):

The Brazilian could not provide much attacking threat and in the end, was taken off in the second half. 

Davinson Sánchez(6/10)(RCB):

Didn’t require to do much defensively after the opposition went down to 10 men. So, it was a comfortable night for the Colombian. 

Eric Dier(6/10)(CB):

The centre back didn’t require much defensive work in the second half. 

Ben Davis(6.5/10)(LCB):

The Welshman played his part really well in defence and overall a good performance. 

Sergio Reguilon(6/10)(LWB):

The Spaniard did enjoy a great first half and was substituted at the interval, having picked up a booking. 

Harry Winks(6.5/10)(CDM):

Could become an integral part of Antonio Conte’s system in future as he made quite a few great passes from the deep. 

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg(6/10)(CM):

Started against his former employer but lacked creativity. Therefore, Conte’s side struggled to create many chances to score. 

Dele Alli(6/10)(CAM):

Need to pick up his level. He has to link up more with the forward players to stay in the first eleven. 

Son Heung-Min(7/10)(CF):

The South Korean had yet another great day, won the penalty and was also the best player on the pitch for the visitors. 

Harry Kane(6.5/10)(CF):

Converted the penalty well and looked very good. Positive signs for the Spurs fans. 

Substitute:

Lucas Moura(6.5/10)(RW):

Replaced Alli around the hour mark and had a good moment to score but his first touch wasn’t good enough. The Brazilian should start ahead of Dele Alli. 

Matt Doherty(6.5/10)(LWB):

Played the whole second half and had a decent game but should have provided better crosses for the forward players. 

Bryan Gil(6/10)(RWB):

Replaced Emerson and tried to provide crosses for the strikers but the quality of the deliveries was not up to the mark. 

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