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Aaron Lennon (6)
Lennon was one of Tottenham's only real outlets in attack. The sprightly winger threatened from wide right but did not give Monaco too much to worry about.
Mousa Dembele (6.5)
A couple of matches behind most of his teammates, Dembele grew into this game. He linked up well with fellow Belgian Nacer Chadli at times and worked hard to give Spurs a presence in midfield.
Kane's goal was a result of his persistence in driving the ball towards the Monaco goal.
Scott Parker (5.5)
Parker was energetic early on and brought the ball forward well. His tempo slowed as the match progressed though, and his Monaco midfield counterparts largely had the run on him.
Nacer Chadli (5.5)
It was a decent if mostly unremarkable first appearance in a Spurs shirt for Chadli. There were some nice, skillful flourishes with the ball, but he is clearly still getting to know the players around him.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (4)
An anonymous performance from Sigurdsson: He alternated with Chadli between left and attacking midfield but was unable to make an impact at either position.
Monaco had no reason to fear him at any point. For his own sake, he needs to involve himself more in games.
Andros Townsend (7)
Townsend continued his impressive preseason with a fine half-hour's work. He took a little time to settle into the game, but once he did, he kept Monaco on their toes with some positive attacking runs.
His goal was superb. With his pace and strong finishing ability, Townsend may become an important source of goals for Spurs.
Tom Huddlestone (6)
Huddlestone did not see too much of the ball in his 15 minutes, but this would still count as one of his better efforts of the preseason. After looking sloppy in previous games, he was far more alert defensively, even stopping a potential goal with a block.
Tom Carroll and Nabil Bentaleb
Carroll was on for a little longer but did not see much more action than Bentaleb did in his two-minute cameo.