Tottenham Hotspur fell to a disappointing third defeat in four Premier League games against Southampton on Thursday.
Harry Kane gave Spurs the lead midway through the first half but goals from Yan Valery and James Ward-Prowse turned things around for the hosts late on.
Here’s how every Tottenham player rated.
Hugo Lloris, 6 – Didn’t have much to do until the goals. Couldn’t do much about either.
Kyle Walker-Peters, 5 – Sporadically threatened down the right but gave away the free-kick for the winner and was probably lucky not to see red.
Davinson Sanchez, 4 – Has looked rash for a few games now and that didn’t change here.
Jan Vertonghen, 5 – A couple of poor clearances put Spurs under pressure. Hit and miss throughout.
Danny Rose, 5 – OK going forward for the most part but might have done more for the equaliser.
Eric Dier, 4 – Looked sloppy in his first start for some time. Poor on the ball and slow to react.
Moussa Sissoko, 5 – Fortunate to avoid a red card for an altercation with Nathan Redmond and could have helped Walker-Peters more.
Christian Eriksen, 5 – Inventive early on but tame shots and poor corners saw his indifferent form continue.
Dele Alli, 7 – Tottenham’s best player in the first half, when he provided the assist for the goal. Understandably tired after the break.
*Lucas Moura, 5 – Looked the most lively of Spurs’ front line in the opening stages but his touch was completely wayward after the break.
Harry Kane, 7 – Would have been the match-winner again had Spurs not inexcusably thrown it all away. Maybe should have done better with his other chances.
Subs: Son Heung-min N/A, Ben Davies N/A, Fernando Llorente N/A
*We accidentally left Lucas Moura out when this article was originally published – apologies!