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Players: Lewis Holtby, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Aaron Lennon
Ratings: Holtby: 6.8; Assou-Ekotto: 6.3; Lennon: 6.3
Holtby appeared on the pitch for the first time in the 41st minute for the injured Moussa Dembele and had a big impact on the second Spurs goal in the 89th minute.
After Tom Huddlestone's free-kick was driven across the ground of the penalty area, Holtby put pressure on Emmerson Boyce and forced Boyce to knock in an own goal past Joel Robles.
Assou-Ekotto was sent on to the pitch in the 64th minute by AVB to try and provide more firepower to the Spurs attack.
The left-back did make a few runs forward, but he did not have a huge impact on the result of the match.
Lennon was brought on to the pitch 10 minutes after Assou-Ekotto and he was assigned with the role of providing more pace in the Spurs attack.
Lennon was able to do that a few times in the final minutes of the match, but he did not provide the final touch leading up to the second goal of the match for the North London outfit.
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