Lucas Moura scored a second-half header to earn Tottenham a replay against Championship Middlesbrough after drawing 1-1 at the Riverside Stadium.
Spurs had fallen behind early in the second period thanks to former West Ham United striker Ashley Fletcher, but just after the hour-mark, the Brazilian, who had been having a poor game, headed Serge Aurier’s pin-point cross home level for the Premier League side.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 5 – Made a sharp first-half stop to deny Dael Fry, but was helpless with Fletcher’s opening goal.
Eric Dier, 3 – Tried to play offside for the goal and got it horribly wrong.
Jan Vertonghen, 3 – Miles off the pace once again. Caught out of Fletcher’s goal, too.
Toby Alderweireld, 5 – The best of the three central defenders.
Serge Aurier, 6 – Continues to look sluggish defensively, although this was one of his better performances, topped off by a stunning assist for Lucas’ leveller. However, he wasted a fine chance in stoppage-time, when passing to Lamela would have perhaps been the better choice.
Harry Winks, 4 – You can see why he’s been out of the team in recent weeks. Passing was poor.
Christian Eriksen, 6 – Despite being constantly linked with a host of European sides, the Dane put in another solid showing. Kept Tottenham ticking over.
Ryan Sessegnon, 5 – Another steady performance from the teenager before he was hauled off. Fluffed a decent first-half chance from close-range.
Dele Alli, 3 – Like at Southampton, hardly looked interested. Showed no quality at all.
Lucas Moura, 6 – Woeful first-half, but sprung into life by heading in the equaliser and could have won it soon after with a spectacular long-range effort.
Heung Min Son, 3 – Absolutely horrendous from start to finish.
Erik Lamela, 6 – Tried to make things happen from the moment he was introduced and looked bright. Will surely start the replay.
Giovani Lo Celso, 4 – Absolutely no impact.