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Benoit Assou-Ekotto: 5.5
For a player making his first start since September 1, BAE made a solid showing. His best moment came late in the match when, his side trailing by a goal, he showed off his long-ball skills with a beautiful pass to Jonathan Obika that nearly led to the equalizer.
However, Assou-Ekotto could have done more to support attacking moves. Perhaps his link with Gareth Bale is a bit rusty given his time on the sidelines.
Jan Vertonghen: 4.0
Since he came to White Hart Lane in the summer, Vertonghen has been a model of consistency and has made a strong case for Tottenham's best player this season.
Unfortunately, this match flew in the face of all that as the Belgian had what was quite possibly his worst match in a Spurs shirt.
Jan had trouble marking Ross McCormack and looked quite out of sorts on more than a few occasions.
After he failed to play against Manchester United last weekend, perhaps there is some issue bothering Vertonghen at the moment.
Steven Caulker: 3.0
To say Caulker had a rough day of it would be a seismic understatement.
The England centre-back was at least partially to blame for both Leeds goals, getting caught in a miscommunication with Kyle Naughton on the first and getting easily beaten on the second.
Even past that, he looked completely out of it, miskicking the ball on multiple occasions and looking very slow.
Caulker has shown quite a bit of potential in the past, so one might want to chalk this one up to a bad day at the office.
Kyle Naughton: 3.5
Getting a rare start at his natural position of right-back, Naughton put in a shift that was well below the standards he set on the left.
Naughton was the clear culprit on the first goal, inexplicably letting the ball slip through him to Luke Varney for the breakaway.
Such a performance does nothing to help Kyle keep his spot at left-back, especially since Assou-Ekotto has planted seeds of doubt as to the England player's ability.
Kyle Walker: 5.5
Walker came in for Naughton just about on the hour and did much better than his namesake.
Late in the match, Walker took a few important corners that, per usual, turned into nothing.
It would be great to see him give up these responsibilities and, with the threat of his powerful shot, lurk on the edge of the box.