Tottenham Hotspurs player ratings for their 1-0 win against Burnley

Tottenham Hotspurs, Six Sports

Tottenham Hotspurs climbed back into the top four of the Premier League with a nervy 1-0 win against Burnley.

Spurs dominated the game in the opening first half of the game. However, Burnley was robust to deny Spurs a lead.

Heung-Min Son nearly scored but a good save by Nick Pope denied him.

Mid-first half Burnley started to keep the ball more and even forced a save from Hugo Lloris.

However, close to the end of the first half, Spurs were awarded a penalty. A lengthy VAR review gave the decision in favour of the hosts.

Harry Kane then made no mistake to bury the ball in the net from the spot-kick.

Though Spurs had quite a shot on target in the second half but Pope stood strong at the goal to deny the hosts another goal.


Hugo Lloris 6/10

Did not have to do much throughout the match. However, made a good save from a Maxwel Cornet shot.

Davinson Sanchez 6/10

Not as good as he was against Arsenal but had the job done in defence.

Eric Dier 6/10

Played quite good. However, not anything overwhelming.

Ben Davies 7/10

Got into good areas higher up the pitch. However, could not deliver the final passes.

Emerson Royal 6/10

Played very well at the back. However, could not get forward very well.

Rodrigo Bentancur 7/10

Helped in keeping possession under their control. Moreover, fired a couple of good shots.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 6/10

Helped in keeping the midfield compact.

Ryan Sessegnon 7/10

Played very well, and was one of the standout players in the match. Went forward into good areas and made good passes into the box.

Lucas Moura 5/10

Did not do enough to pose a threat to the Burnley defence.

Harry Kane 7/10

Scored the penalty that helped his team to collect all the three points from the match. Moreover, made a couple of good headers which were saved by Pope. However, apart from that was fairly quiet.

Heung-Min Son 6/10

Got into some good positions in the box but could not find the back of the net.  

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