Tottenham’s Carabao Cup campaign ended at the first hurdle after they were embarrassingly knocked out on penalties by League Two Colchester United.
Spurs were unable to score in 90 minutes and after Christian Eriksen and Lucas Moura missed in the shoot-out, the hosts advanced to Round Four.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 5 – A mere spectator in the 90 minutes and although he easily saved one of the penalties, he should have comfortably saved another.
Kyle Walker-Peters, 3 – Wasteful on his return from a hamstring injury and his crossing was poor throughout.
Davinson Sanchez 3, – His passing was off and as the game wore on he struggled against a spirited Colchester attack.
Eric Dier 4, – The best of the three central midfielders, but that hardly said much.
Victor Wanyama 2, – Continued where he left off against Leicester on Saturday with another awful display. Some of his passing was not even close to the required standards.
Oliver Skipp, 3 – His first appearance of the season and it showed. Too slow on the ball.
Dele Alli, 2 – Similar to his performance against Olympiacos. Appalling throughout and his only bright spot was converting from 12-yards.
Lucas Moura, 6 – Was Spurs’ best player in the opening 45 minutes, but his evening went from bad to worse, topped off by a woeful penalty in the shoot-out.
Troy Parrott, 5 – Finally got his big moment at just 17 years of age, but couldn’t really get in the game. Missed a few half-chances either side of the break before he was replaced.
Erik Lamela 5, – Looked to make things happen, but just wasn’t on for long enough.
Christian Eriksen 2, – Didn’t look like wanted to be out there and his shocking penalty epitomised that.
Heung Min Son 5, – Didn’t happen for him.