Tottenham snatched an unlikely draw against Manchester City thanks to Lucas Moura’s instant impact from the bench.

Raheem Sterling put the hosts ahead early on before Erik Lamela curled in an equaliser out of nothing.

City were back in front before half-time through Sergio Aguero, but Lucas Moura levelled things up with a header just 19 seconds after coming on as a substitute.

Gabriel Jesus appeared to win it for the champions at the death but the goal was ruled out for an Aymeric Laporte own goal.

Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.

Hugo Lloris, 6 – Could do little about the goals. A few good stops and some iffy distribution.

Kyle Walker-Peters, 5 – Struggled to deal with Sterling early on but grew into the game and did OK.

Toby Alderweireld, 6 – The more assured of the two centre-backs. Aerially dominant.

Davinson Sanchez, 5 – Caught out too often but better in the second half.

Danny Rose, 5 – Didn’t stop running. Couldn’t find the gaps to get forward at all.

Harry Winks, 4 – Found it impossible to track De Bruyne. Hooked 10 minutes after the break.

Tanguy Ndombele, 5 – A real mixed bag. Some neat moments but looked lethargic, particularly in the second half.

Moussa Sissoko, 5 – Much like Ndombele, he helped eased the pressure at times but tired quickly.

Christian Eriksen, 4 – Nothing came off for the contract rebel, who didn’t justify his much called-for inclusion in the team.

Erik Lamela, 5 – I’m a big Lamela fan but, his goal aside, he was really sloppy and wasteful today.

Harry Kane, 5 – Barely touched the ball but had absolutely no service, so it wasn’t his fault.


Lucas Moura, 7 – His goal earned Spurs a point and he looked dangerous, if a little wasteful, on the counter.

Giovani Lo Celso, N/A – Came on for his debut in the 85th minute.

Oliver Skipp, N/A – An injury time introduction to run down the clock.

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