Tottenham fell to their second defeat of the season, surrendering a lead to lose 2-1 at Leicester City.
Harry Kane opened the scoring in the first half, but Leicester struck back after the break with goals from Ricardo Pereira and James Maddison.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 5 – His bad mistake went unpunished thanks to VAR. Could do little about the goals, though some will say he could have been quicker to stop the winner.
Serge Aurier, 7 – Really unfortunate to see what would have been a decisive goal ruled out by VAR. Played well down the right.
Toby Alderweireld, 6 – Kept Leicester’s attackers quiet for the most part. Not at fault for either goal.
Jan Vertonghen, 6 – Same as Alderweireld. The duo didn’t let Jamie Vardy get in behind too many times.
Danny Rose, 5 – Another erratic performance from Rose, who provided good width going forward but was sloppy in possession and rash with his tackles.
Harry Winks, 6 – Allowed Spurs to drive forward by starting attacks. Looked a little lost when he got into advanced positions.
Moussa Sissoko, 6 – Did OK considering he was on the verge of a second booking for most of the game. Some nice flicks and touches.
Tanguy Ndombele, 6 – Bit of a mixed bag but mostly positive with his passing and intent. Needs to be a bit more careful when trying to keep the ball.
Erik Lamela, 7 – Had Spurs taken their chances, he probably would have been man of the match. At the centre of most promising attacking moves, including the goal.
Son Heung-min, 6 – His beautiful flick set up Kane’s goal. Missed two good chances, though, and struggled to find room for shots.
Harry Kane, 6 – Took his goal superbly but again guilty of fluffing his lines in good areas. Some questionable decision making at times, too.
Victor Wanyama, 3 – Arguably at fault for both goals in a nightmare cameo. A strange decision to bring him on rather than Eric Dier.
Christian Eriksen, N/A – Gave Spurs some control in the final stages but not enough.
Lucas Moura, N/A – Didn’t have enough time to influence the game.
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