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West Brom vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Live Player Ratings for Spurs

Tottenham's  Christian Eriksen celebrates scoring a goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland at White Hart Lane stadium in London, Monday, April 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Kirsty Wigglesworth
Jerrad PetersWorld Football Staff WriterApril 12, 2014

Tottenham Hotspur came all the way back from 3-0 down to earn an important draw at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

Matej Vydra, Chris Brunt and Stephane Sessegnon opened the gap in the first half at The Hawthorns, but a Jonas Olsson own goal provided Spurs a life-line, and Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen finished the job in the second period.

Following are ratings and analysis for all the Tottenham players.

Tottenham Hotspur player ratings
PlayerHalf-TimeFull-Time
Lloris67
Naughton67
Chiriches55
Kaboul56
Rose66
Lennon58
Chadli78
Paulinho78
Eriksen78
Adebayor56
Kane58
FryersN/A7
SigurdssonN/A7
TownsendN/A6
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Half-Time analysis for Tottenham Hotspur

Lloris: Punched the ball straight at Vydra for the opener.

Naughton: Delivered the cross that Olsson accidentally turned into his own goal.

Chiriches: A walking disaster.

Kaboul: His mistake led to Sessegnon’s goal.

Rose: Went down far too easily to win the penalty.

Lennon: Conceded possession in the attacking third just moments before Sessegnon broke downfield and scored.

Paulinho: Has completed 94% of his passes so far.

Chadli: Distribution has been good, although neither Kane nor Adebayor have been well-serviced so far.

Eriksen: Has had a few bright moments, but his teammates’ woeful defending seems to have taken the wind out of his sails.

Adebayor: His abysmal penalty was stopped easily by Foster.

Kane: Flashed a shot just wide of goal shortly after Spurs went 2-0 down.

WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND - APRIL 12:  Harry Kane #37 of Spurs is congratulated by teammates after scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Tottenham Hotspur at The Hawthorns on April 12, 2014 i
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Full-Time analysis for Tottenham Hotspur

Lloris: Had nothing to do after the restart.

Naughton: Dealt well with Brunt in the second half.

Chiriches: Was substituted at the break following a disastrous opening 45 minutes.

Kaboul: Won everything in the air but will nevertheless be displeased with his overall performance.

Rose: Tried to win another penalty in the second half and was booked for simulation.

Lennon: The Kane and Eriksen goals came from his crosses.

Paulinho: Distribution wasn’t quite as good in the second half, but he won four tackles on the defensive side of the ball.

Chadli: Helped things tick along as Spurs dominated the second period.

Eriksen: Took his goal extremely well, switching the ball to his right foot before drilling it into the top corner.

Adebayor: Will be ruing that penalty miss, but he held the ball up nicely throughout the match.

Kane: Goals in back-to-back games for the 20-year-old.

Fryers: Replaced Chiriches after the restart and looked solid in the centre of defense.

Sigurdsson: His introduction only helped Spurs tighten the screw late on.

Townsend: Just 12 touches in a brief cameo.

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