Tottenham laboured to a 2-1 victory over Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.
Tanguy Ndombele opened the scoring before Serge Aurier’s red card changed the game. Hugo Lloris made things worse with a howler to gift Danny Ings an equaliser.
But Harry Kane found the net just before half-time and the hosts held on.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.
Hugo Lloris, 5 – His horrific error was almost costly but two excellent saves secured the points.
Serge Aurier, 2 – Stupidly saw red for two yellows that very nearly ruined the day for Spurs.
Toby Alderweireld, 6 – Saw some crosses fly over his own head but made some useful contributions.
Jan Vertonhen, 6 – Like Alderweireld, he stood relatively firm under constant pressure in the second half.
Danny Rose, 5 – Got Spurs out of danger with his bursts forward but was too often beaten by Sofiane Boufal.
Moussa Sissoko, 5 – A bit sloppy on the ball in midfield. Did OK when forced to right-back after the red card.
Harry Winks, 5 – Kept the ball well but there are still doubts about how much protection he offers to the back four.
Tanguy Ndombele, 6 – Excellent in the first half hour but completely lost his way after that. Just needs time.
Christian Eriksen, 3 – Played his part in the goal but was mostly woeful, from his application to his final ball.
Heung-min Son, 6 – Looked dangerous down the left and contributed to the goal. Quiet in the second half.
Harry Kane, 7 – Took his goal brilliantly and gave Spurs a good outlet with 10 men.
Erik Lamela, 5 – Immediately added a bit of control but gave the ball away too often.
Eric Dier, N/A – Didn’t do too much in his 15-minute cameo.
Victor Wanyama, N/A – A stoppage time arrival.