Tottenham crashed out of the League Cup to Liverpool last night and we want you to let us know who played best and which players let the side down.

Both of the goals conceded were avoidable, but Michel Vorm made some fine saves, while Cameron Carter-Vickers and Kieran Trippier had some impressive moments.

In midfield there were good performances from Harry Winks and the substitute Victor Wanymama, yet those around them struggled to impose themselves on the game and create chances, despite enjoying plenty of possession.

Another substitute to make an impact was Erik Lamela, who was brought down in the box for the penalty converted by Vincent Janssen. It was the Dutchman’s second goal for the club, but he is yet to score from open play.

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  1. Daunting to make one of your rare first team appearances at 1) Anfield ..2) against a rampant Liverpool ..and 3) in front of 53,000 fans.
    However, this game told us little about Spurs’ strength in depth.
    I think it showed Carroll and Onomah (currently, anyway, in the latter’s case) are too lightweight.
    I think the back four looked like they’d NEVER played together before, even in practice. And it didn’t do
    Dier any good either, as he seemed more worried about Wanyama taking his place in the team. DON’T Eric. You’re going to be a big part of our future success (I hope) so focus at all times when you’re in the side (and that includes ANY side Spurs put out). Winks looked good at times, and has a future I’m sure …but he still looked a little out of his depth, often giving the ball away, getting dispossessed too easily or making the wrong choice. N’Koudou worried me too. No penetration at all on the left, and couldn’t cross (have we simply swopped an ineffective Nyje for an ineffective NKoudou?). Janssen and Vorm were the stand-outs by a long way, and will continue to provide great cover for Lloris and Kane. Overall, tho’, we couldn’t gauge much from this. I wanted to see someone really put their case for 1st team inclusion, when it matters, and when all things are equal, but the cover remains disappointing just that (apart from a couple of exceptions) ..purely cover.


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