Spurs were dumped out of the Champions League in pretty dismal style in Monaco, and Michael Graham believes one man deserved better.
Hugo Lloris – 9
Frankly, did not deserve to be on the losing team. Saved a penalty and produced far more heroics on top.
Kieran Trippier – 6
Delivery into the box was generally very good and one of the steadier performers for Spurs, despite being up against the brilliant, on the night, Benjamin Mendy.
Danny Rose – 6
Some way short of his dynamic best on a night when little went right for Tottenham.
Eric Dier – 3
In a word – atrocious. Gave away the sloppiest of penalties and was generally statuesque throughout. He’s set far higher standards for himself than this.
Kevin Wimmer – 4
Not as poor as Dier by any stretch of the imagination, but only just and still not good enough.
Victor Wanyama – 6
He did ok, nothing more, nothing less.
Mousa Dembele – 6
Not at his best, but it was also a surprise when he was withdrawn on the hour given his greater attacking impetus.
Dele Alli – 7
Slipped a couple of seriously good passes through for Heung-min Son in the first half that deserved a much better outcome than they got. Also won the penalty, so a relatively decent night for Alli among poor company.
Harry Winks – 5
Seemed a little out of his depth on occasion but will be a better player for the experience.
Heung-min Son – 4
Just nowhere near the level required. Missed a huge chance early on and never really recovered.
Harry Kane – 6
Got his goal but will also probably be disappointed with a couple of other half-chances that came his way.
Vincent Janssen (substitute) – 5
Struggled to get into the game and never looked much of a threat.
Christian Eriksen (substitute) – 6
Always involved from the moment he entered the action, although still visibly struggling for his best form.
Moussa Sissoko (substitute) – 5
Carried the ball well and produced a couple of promising moments.