Tottenham struggled to break down a well-drilled Leicester side in their 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane. But how did the hosts perform individually?
Hugo Lloris, 6
I don’t recall Hugo having a save to make bar a simple catch towards the end. Could do little about the Leicester goal.
Kyle Walker, 6
His superb run and cut-back led to Dele Alli narrowly missing a good chance in the first half. Defended well throughout but wasn’t involved in advanced positions as often as he usually likes to be.
Eric Dier, 6
Continued to capably fill in for Toby Alderweireld. Despite being a natural midfielder, however, Dier doesn’t bring the ball out from the back as effectively as Alderweireld, which means Spurs’ attacks start less quickly. Still, Dier is an able deputy and looked reasonably comfortable throughout.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
With the team looking unlikely to bag a winner, Vertonghen took the offensive initiative in the latter stages and was unlucky not score twice. Sturdy at the back, too, again without his usual partner Alderweireld.
Danny Rose, 6
Provided plenty of willing running down the left, and a couple of half-decent deliveries, but tended to overrun the ball whenever he got into the penalty area. You can’t fault Rose for effort, but he could be more composed when needed.
Victor Wanyama, 6
Started brilliantly, shielding the back four to his usual standards throughout the first half. Unfortunately, however, his wayward header immediately after the break sent Jamie Vardy through to set up the leveller: a costly error for the hosts.
Mousa Dembele, 5
Looked confident early on with plenty of neat footwork and forceful shielding of the ball, but really faded and failed to carry the ball forward to the extent the team need him to.
Christian Eriksen, 4
The Dane was woefully sluggish off the ball, failing to press with strength and pulling out of challenges. Got into good positions often on the edge of the box but never really looked like scoring or creating. Eriksen needs a good display soon or his place may be at risk.
Dele Alli, 5
Was involved in plenty of Tottenham attacks in the first half and was unlucky to see a stunning shot crash against the woodwork. Completely anonymous after the break and was eventually substituted.
Son Heung-Min, 5
Seems to have lost his goalscoring momentum since the beginning of the month. Son failed to create anything of value despite a couple of signature mazy runs. Most of them came to nothing, and he was unnecessarily caught offside more than once.
Vincent Janssen, 7
Smashed Spurs ahead from the spot with a goal that, despite being another penalty, is sure to give the Dutchman plenty of confidence going into a crucial run of games. Huffed and puffed to no avail after half time, but more encouraging signs from the slow-starter.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, N/A
Twelve minutes isn’t quite long enough for a rating, but it must be noted the winger looked very promising, displaying his trademark pace and some much needed creativity. Perhaps should have been introduced earlier.
Harry Winks, N/A
Played just three minutes plus stoppage time.