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Scott Parker: 5
Parker had been improving leaps and bounds, especially in his performances against Arsenal and West Ham.
Unfortunately, he has regressed a bit since then, as his play on the ball was far too slow on Sunday.
Scottie worked incredibly hard and challenged well for the ball, but he is lacking the creativity and ability going forward.
Gareth Bale: 4.5
A poor performance for Bale, especially by his lofty standards.
The Welshman picked up an injury in the first half, going down with no one around him and grabbing at his Achilles. In hindsight, perhaps Gareth should have been substituted at that point, as he never found space after that and couldn't seem to create an opportunity.
As the match wore on, he drifted further and further back up the pitch, even taking the ball in his own half after clearances.
He lacked that cutting edge that he was overflowing with a few weeks ago.
Mousa Dembele: 5.5
Dembele did well holding the ball in midfield against his old club, challenging well and pressing up the field.
Unfortunately, he never found that final ball to cut the defense open and was taken off late in the match when a goal was needed quickly.
Gylfi Sigurdsson: 4
Sigurdsson had been improving greatly recently, but he took a step back against Fulham.
He failed to get involved much in the action and was wasteful when he did.
Taking him off late in the contest was the best move for Spurs, but hopefully this was just an off-day for the Icelander.
Clint Dempsey: 4.5
Dempsey came on as a half-time substitute for Michael Dawson, but he failed to have the same impact against his old club as he did at Craven Cottage earlier in the season.
When Spurs were chasing a goal, the American was very wasteful, taking shots at any opportunity, no matter how unlikely or ridiculous.
To be fair, Clint was making his first appearance since injury, so it's good that he got a good run out.
Tom Carroll: 6
A truly encouraging performance from the 20-year-old Englishman, who came on for Dembele and showed some fine creativity.
Carroll's pass that was slipped toward Emmanuel Adebayor was inches away from creating an equalizer.