Players: Aaron Lennon, Sandro, Mousa Dembele, Gareth Bale
Grades: Lennon: 6.2; Sandro: 7.2; Dembele: 7.4; Bale: 7.5
The return of Bale to the midfield provided a spark to the left side of the 4-4-2 formation that Andre Villas-Boas sent out to the pitch on Saturday.
Just like he has all season, Bale teamed up well with Jan Vertonghen to create chances on the left wing.
That was not the case for Lennon on the right wing.
For the third straight match, Lennon could not get anything going on the right side of midfield.
Luckily for Lennon, the duo of Sandro and Dembele picked up the slack in the attack.
Sandro has been the Spurs' most improved player this season and continued his stellar form alongside Dembele on Saturday.
The move to the 4-4-2 formation in the last three EPL matches has not been productive for most of the Tottenham lineup, but Dembele has made the best of it and has starred in the role of going forward from the central midfield position.
The summer signing from Fulham completed 95 percent of his passes and had the third most touches of all Spurs players with 74 before he was taken off in the 85th minute.