Tottenham continued their perfect start to the Premier League season following a 1-0 victory at Wolves.
Dele Alli’s early penalty secured all three points for Spurs. Here’s how every player rated on the day.
Hugo Lloris, 8 – Was forced into making one big save and came up trumps to deny Adama Traore just past the hour mark.
Japhet Tanganga, 6 – Tough afternoon up against the powerful Traore, but got better as the game wore on and held his own despite playing more than 50 minutes on a booking.
Davinson Sanchez, 7 – One poor clearance aside, it was another impressive display from the Colombian.
Eric Dier, 6 – Inexplicably gave the ball away which led to Traore’s one-on-one, but was bailed out by Lloris.
Sergio Reguilon, 7 – Played an excellent pass for the penalty and used his pace extremely well to get Spurs up the pitch in the second-half.
Oliver Skipp, 7 – Struggled in the opening stages and could have conceded a penalty for bringing down Nelson Semedo. Improved after the break and put in some priceless work.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 7 – Like Skipp, covered plenty of ground and could have capped another impressive display with a fine nutmeg only to see his toe-poked effort deflected over.
Dele Alli, 7 – An excellent run into the box saw him win a penalty that he confidently tucked away. His work-rate was outstanding and he seems to be relishing his deeper role under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Lucas Moura, 3 – Hardly involved and was deservedly hooked.
Steven Bergwijn, 6 – Saw his powerful effort well saved by Jose Sa in the second-half before setting up Kane for his chance. Plenty of good stuff by the Dutchman, but he’s still searching for that ruthlessness in the final-third.
Son Heung-min, 4 – Didn’t look 100 per cent and saw two opportunities blocked, which were his only two meaningful contributions.
Giovani Lo Celso, 6 – Came on to help Tottenham keep the ball in the closing stages, and he did a decent job in doing so.
Harry Kane, 6 – Made his first appearance of the season with 18 minutes remaining and should have doubled the lead soon after.
Harry Winks, N/A – Replaced Bergwijn in stoppage-time.