Tottenham ran out 3-2 winners in an incredible Premier League encounter with Manchester City on Saturday night.
Dejan Kulusevski opened the scoring before a Hugo Lloris mistake gifted Ilkay Gundogan an equaliser.
In the second half Spurs went ahead through Harry Kane but that was eventually cancelled out by a stoppage time Riyad Mahrez penalty.
And yet – and YET – there was still time for another late twist, and Kane provided it with a headed winner at the death.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the night.
Hugo Lloris, 6 – Made a bad mistake for City’s first but a great save from Gundogan in the second half made up for it.
Cristian Romero, 9 – An absolute rock throughout. Was so unlucky with the handball for the penalty.
Eric Dier, 8 – Made the difference with his organisation at the back. Spurs look so much better defensively when he plays.
Ben Davies, 8 – Really good performance after a difficult few weeks. Played the pass into Kane that led to the opener.
Emerson Royal, 6 – Lacked quality at times but didn’t stop working for the team and made some useful runs down the right.
Rodrigo Bentancur, 7 – Lost the ball a few times under pressure but grew into it and got Spurs out of the press well in the second half.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 8 – Showed his warrior qualities by chasing down City and battling for every single ball.
Ryan Sessegnon, 6 – A little nervous in possession but played his part in getting Spurs up the pitch down the left.
Dejan Kulusevski, 9 – Took his goal really well in a display of complete composure that also included that crucial assist for the winner.
Son Heung-min, 9 – Saw less of the ball than his attacking teammates but always made it count, creating the opener and laying on Kane’s first with aplomb.
Harry Kane, 10 – Extraordinary from start to finish. Every touch was significant and productive. Two brilliant, vital goals to drag Spurs out of their funk.
Lucas Moura, N/A – Came on with 10 minutes left. Ran for the team but didn’t have many touches.
Matt Doherty, N/A – Replaced Emerson late on. Can’t recall many touches.
Davinson Sanchez, N/A – Introduced at 2-2 to help see the game out.
Spurs defenitly play better without Winks and Sessegnon should not be selected bec he has not play well since signed for Spurs.
Pleased that Spurs win tiday
Sess is still young. He was supposed to be Bale2.0 but lost his way somewhat. Still hoping Conte can put him back on track.
Levi’s and co… Tottenham need a sensational right back..
Also Horbgerb need to improve his playing skills, he need to add good pass to his game..
Romero is always composed, what a brilliant defender,
Now Tottenham attackers are reliable…
Bentarcu lovely passes always impress me..