Second-half goals from Harry Kane and Heung Min Son ensured that Tottenham returned to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 victory over struggling West Brom.
Here’s how we rated every Spurs player on the day:
Hugo Lloris, 7 – Forced into one save at the end of the first-half, although he nearly carried it over the line in what was his only meaningful contribution of the game.
Serge Aurier, 7 – Good outlet down the right before he came off with an injury.
Toby Alderweirelrd, 7 – Mopped up everything that came his way and simply must be starting every week.
Davinson Sanchez, 7 – Solid showing.
Ben Davies, 7 – Defended well, but Spurs really are missing Sergio Regulion’s pace and quality in the final-third.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 8 – Another assured performance from the Dane, who claimed another assist with an inch-perfect pass for Kane’s goal.
Tanguy Ndombele, 7 – Played in a deeper role and got Tottenham up the pitch with some excellent close control and dribbling, although his final pass could’ve been better.
Lucas Moura, 7 – Back in the starting XI and was really bright. Tried to get at the West Brom defence whenever possible and produced a great run and pass for Son’s goal.
Erik Lamela, 7 – Handed a rare start and was involved in plenty of Spurs’ good attacking moments. Set up Kane for a first-half before going close himself in the second, although dragged his effort wide of the far post.
Heung Min Son, 7 – Offered little first-half, but improved after the break and ended his goal drought by finishing off a flowing Tottenham counter-attack.
Harry Kane, 8 – Squandered two early chances, but gobbled up his third to break the deadlock early in the second period. Played a part in Son’s goal, too, with a clever chest to set Lucas away.
Matt Doherty, 6 – Replaced the injured Aurier.
Steven Bergwijn, 6 – Came on for Lamela, but didn’t see enough of the ball.
Dane Scarlett, N/A – Came on in added-time to become Tottenham’s first 16-year-old in Premier League history.