Tottenham’s horrendous form on the road continued as they were beaten 2-1 by Liverpool in the Premier League.
Harry Kane’s early goal gave Spurs hope of recording their first away league victory since January, but second-half goals from Jordan Henderson and a Mohammed Salah penalty earned the reds maximum points.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 9 – Had it not been for the Argentine’s heroic display – in which he made 12 saves – the margin of Spurs’ defeat could have been far greater.
Serge Aurier, 3 – His performance and perhaps entire Tottenham career was summed up in one clumsy moment as he initially produced a fine tackle on Sadio Mane, before inexplicably conceding a penalty on the Liverpool winger.
Davinson Sanchez, 7 – Continued where he left off against Red Star Belgrade in midweek with what was another assured display from the Colombian.
Toby Alderweireld, 7 – Recalled to the side and did exactly what was required of him.
Danny Rose, 4 – Another poor showing from the left-back, who got caught out of position for Henderson’s equaliser before getting booked which means he’ll miss next Sunday’s trip to Everton.
Harry Winks, 6 – Had a strong first-half, but suffered with Spurs’ lack of the ball in the second.
Moussa Sissoko, 7 – Energetic throughout and made a lung-busting run which carved Liverpool apart and led to Kane’s opener.
Dele Alli, 5 – Disappointing from start to finish.
Christian Eriksen, 4– Another hopeless performance from a player that simply looks like he no longer wants to play for the football club.
Son Heung-min, 6 – Always looked a threat with the ball at his feet. Created the opener by striking the crossbar, but should have doubled Tottenham’s lead early in the second period, but was denied by the woodwork after rounding Alisson.
Harry Kane, 7 – Continued his excellent goalscoring record at Anfield by neatly heading home his fourth goal in six visits to break the deadlock inside the opening minute.
Tanguy Ndombele 7, – Came off the bench and was extremely bright.
Lucas Moura N/A – Should have come on earlier or even started – not enough time to make an impact as his frustrating campaign continues.
Giovani Lo Celso, N/A – Like Moura, introduced too late.