Tottenham player ratings: Harry Kane gets 7/10 but plenty 4/10s in 1-1 Everton draw

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The player ratings from Tottenham’s 1-1 draw with Everton in the Premier League game at Goodison.

Hugo Lloris-5

Kicked his second clearance of the night straight out of touch. Made a few routine saves but could do nothing about the Everton goal late on.

Eric Dier- 4

Fantastic diagonal balls early on to start the Tottenham attack, then lost the ball early in the second half to Gana who failed to even hit the target. Saw his game fade as the match travelled on.

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Cristian Romero -5

Aggressive and determined even though can be frustrating at times, but Spurs fans will not be complaining after he won the penalty which Kane put away easily. Failed to push up for the Keane equaliser.

Clement Lenglet-5

The french defender was solid in defence and set the tone for his game with a good tackle on Demarai Gray early on. He didn’t do much wrong until he was withdrawn.

Oliver Skipp-5

His sixth consecutive Premier League start, the best in his career so far, and he rewarded it with effort, commitment and a lot of tackles even if the game went past him after Everton equalised late on.

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg-4

Not the best of his days and just could not get hold of the Everton midfield even when Spurs had a player advantage.

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Pedro Porro-5

Bright start to the game for the right wing-back but lost Doucoure for Everton’s first good chance of the game. He does play on the front foot which a lot of Spurs fans love. Needs to defend better though.

Ivan Perisic-6

A typical Perisic performance, some really good crosses and a committed performance when it was 11 v 11 and then almost turned into a winger when Doucoure was sent off. Will be disappointed they could not win it.

Dejan Kulusevski-5

Still looks a yard off his best but did do a lot of running and looked strong and dangerous when taking on his man.

Son Heung-min-4

There is no doubting the South Korean has endured a difficult season, he keeps trying to get it right but in his deep quest ends up over hitting or under hitting the ball.

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Harry Kane-7

Missed a simple header in the first half and saw a goal-bound effort cleared off the line, dropped deep to help play before scoring a brilliant penalty kick to give Spurs the lead. His 250 Premier League goal.

Davison Sanchez -5

Gave away a needless free kick but made up for it by winning some headers even though he was part of the defence that conceded late on.

Lucas Moura - 2

Sent off minutes after coming on to put his side under pressure and eventually lead to the equaliser.

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