Tottenham Hotspur left it late to beat Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 in the Premier League on Tuesday night.
Brighton were resilient until Christian Eriksen broke the deadlock in the 88th minute.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the night.
Hugo Lloris, 6 – Had nothing to do. His long distribution was a little off.
Kieran Trippier, 3 – Completely ruined the momentum every time he received the ball by needlessly bringing the ball back inside. Every time.
Toby Alderweireld, 6 – Thwarted every Brighton counter and was unlucky not to open the scoring, hitting the post after a clever turn.
Jan Vertonghen, 5 – Just as solid as his partner, but it wasn’t exactly difficult to be. Pretty much played in central midfield and was a little wasteful.
Danny Rose, 6 – Had the fans onside straight away with his drive and effort. His deliveries, however, were inconsistent to say the least.
Victor Wanyama, 4 – Far too sloppy on the ball and completely lacked incisiveness. Eric Dier, a better passer, might have suited this game more.
Christian Eriksen, 7 – Frustratingly inaccurate almost throughout, but he was patient, everything went through him and he scored a stunning winner.
Dele Alli, 6 – Really unlucky not to bag the opener after a fine touch and flick. Kept the ball ticking over in the final third despite a heavy early knock.
Lucas Moura, 4 – Didn’t offer enough in the first half and was completely isolated on the left after the break. Needs to work on his crossing.
Son Heung-min, 5 – Provided more of a goal threat than the other two forwards but his shooting was a little rash and he looked tired late on.
Fernando Llorente, 3 – Painful to watch. Showed such a lack of strength to beat Brighton’s centre-backs – to be fair they were brilliant – in 50-50s.
Vincent Janssen (80), N/A – Showed more composure in his 15-minute cameo than Llorente did all night.
Ben Davies (82), N/A – Didn’t have many touches.
Juan Foyth (90), N/A – Not sure if he touched the ball.