Tottenham player ratings vs Sheffield United: Davinson Sanchez woeful as Son, Richarlison no threat


Substitute Iliman Ndiaye burst into the box to score the only goal of the night, beating a poor Spurs side who never started.

Dan Kilpatrick was at Bramall Lane to assess the Spurs players…

Fraser Forster 5

He was hardly bothered by the goal that he could only set with his finger.

Davinson Sanchez 3

Was nervous all night and easily beat Ndiaye for the goal.

Eric Dyer 6

Nutmeg for the goal as he tries to block Ndiaye’s effort.

Ben Davis 5

Free on property.

Pedro Porro 5

Showed good flashes of what he could do after a slow start, but the end product was lacking.

Pierre-Emile Hoibjerg 6

Fortunately, Ismaila Coulibaly headed the Dane’s weak shot past Forster. The chances of scoring the goal seemed high.

Pope Sarr 6

Recycle the ball, but a little safer. In the second half Tommy Doyle was booked to win.

Ivan Perisic 4

Little is recommended in terms of rear wing strength or handling.

Lucas Moura 5

A powerful but lacking final ball and possession often leads to stalemate.

Hyun Min Sung 4

Fight for rhythm and touch in an awkward performance that doesn’t threaten anything.

Richarlisson 4

He took aim at his only real target and he nearly hit the corner flag with another effort. Lack of service on a dull night.


Harry Kane (Richarlison 65′) 5

He asks for a penny for his thoughts, and another chance for silverware. Didn’t make a big impression.

Dejan Kulusevski (Lucas 74′) 5

I never started.

Olivier Skipp (Sarr 74′) 5

Moved the ball but can’t score.

Arnaut Danjuma (Porro 82′) 5

Introduced too late to have any real impact.

Not used: Romero, Tanganga, Lenglet, Austin, Devin.

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