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

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

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
Player Half-Time Full-Time
Lloris 6 7
Naughton 6 7
Chiriches 5 5
Kaboul 5 6
Rose 6 6
Lennon 5 8
Chadli 7 8
Paulinho 7 8
Eriksen 7 8
Adebayor 5 6
Kane 5 8
Fryers N/A 7
Sigurdsson N/A 7
Townsend N/A 6

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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.

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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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