Tottenham Hotspur welcomed Everton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium earlier tonight as they hoped to pick up all three points at home. Spurs made an excellent start to the game and got their noses ahead in the 14th minute courtesy of an own goal from Michael Keane. Heung-min Son doubled the home side’s advantage just three minutes later before Harry Kane put daylight between the two teams with a calm finish in the 37th minute. Antonio Conte’s men went into the half-time break 3-0 up on the scoreline.
Reguilon scored Tottenham’s fourth goal in the 46th minute before Harry Kane got his name on the scoresheet once again just nine minutes later. The contest ended with Spurs securing a dominant 5-0 win at North London.
Let’s take a look at how each Tottenham player performed during the match against the Toffees.
GK: Hugo Lloris – 6.5/10
The French keeper didn’t have a save to make in the game and earned an easy clean sheet at home.
CB: Cristian Romero – 6.5/10
Romero performed his defensive duties well but could only last 51 minutes.
CB: Eric Dier – 7/10
The English defender cleared the danger when required and even made a couple of solid blocks at the back.
CB: Ben Davies – 7/10
Davies kept a solid shape at the back and did enough to secure the clean sheet.
RM: Matt Doherty – 9.5/10
He got stuck in with multiple tackles and engineered some decent chances in the final third. Doherty has got two assists to show for his efforts.
CM: Rodrigo Bentancur – 7.5/10
The talented midfielder offered decent protection for his backline and made a couple of exciting runs in the opponent’s half.
CM: Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – 7.5/10
He earned the ball back a couple of times and fashioned one good opportunity in the attacking end of the pitch.
LM: Ryan Sessegnon – 6/10
Sessegnon struggled to get a foothold in the game and got replaced at half-time.
RAM: Dejan Kulusevski – 8.5/10
He caused a lot of problems for the opposition and ended the game with a couple of assists to his name.
LAM: Heung-min Son – 8/10
Son was a constant menace in the final third and did well to get his name on the scoresheet in the 17th minute.
ST: Harry Kane – 9.5/10
The English striker caused all sorts of problems for the opposition and deserves credit for scoring a goal each in both halves.
LM: Sergio Reguilon – 8/10
The Spaniard engineered a couple of inviting chances and found the back of the net in the second half.
CB: Davinson Sanchez – 6.5/10
He was solid at the back.
LAM: Steven Bergwijn – 6/10
Bergwijn added pace to Antonio Contre’s attack late in the game.