Tottenham’s hopes of playing Champions League football were dealt a major blow after Jose Mourinho’s side were beaten 3-2 by Wolves, despite leading twice in the game.
Steven Bergwijn and Serge Aurier struck either side of Matt Doherty’s equaliser, but second-half goals from Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez earned the visitors all three points.
Here’s how every Tottenham player rated on the day.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 5 – Helpless with the goals and didn’t have much else to deal with.
Serge Aurier, 6 – A strange afternoon for the full-back, who was partly at fault for Wolves’ first goal, but made amends by creating Bergwijn’s goal and then putting Spurs ahead on the stroke of half-time with a stunning left-footed effort.
Davinson Sanchez, 5 – Struggled through.
Japhet Tanganga, 4 – Didn’t justify being picked ahead of Toby Alderweireld. Made a real mess of the clearance for Wolves’ first goal, should have taken down Adama Traore for the second and was then turned inside by Jimenez for the winner.
Ben Davies, 5 – A difficult afternoon for the Welshman, who has looked off the pace since returning to the side from an ankle injury.
Eric Dier, 6 – A surprise inclusion in the starting XI, but besides his poorly attempted block for Doherty’s goal, was one of Spurs’ better players on the afternoon.
Harry Winks, 6 – Controlled the midfield relitavely well – and produced two excellent passes which led to goals.
Giovani Lo Celso, 6 – Always looked the most likely Spurs player to make something happen, but was lacking in quality at times.
Dele Alli, 5 – Should have scored from Aurier’s early cross, only for Bergwijn to tuck home the rebound and then missed a glaring chance to make it 3-1 early in the second period, agonisingly heading wide of the far post.
Steven Bergwijn, 5 – Slammed home his second goal in as many Premier League home games early on, but was hardly involved after that.
Lucas Moura, 5 – Started positively and looked much more comfortably playing on the wing, but faded as the game went on.
Tanguy Ndombele, 6 – Injected some much-needed energy late on.
Gedson Fernandes, N/A – Didn’t offer much during his eight-minute cameo.
Troy Parrott, N/A – Handed his second Premier League appearance in stoppage-time.