Tottenham player ratings: Son Heung-min great and plenty 6/10s in encouraging 2-2 Manchester United draw

Tottenham showed proof of life in their quest for Champions League football next season by coming from two goals down to rescue a point at home against Manchester United.
Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now

Fraser Forster-5

There was a general feeling that Forster was incredibly unlucky to have lost his starting spot when Lloris came back from his knee injury, so seeing him in post felt right, especially with captain Lloris injured again- but he conceded from his first shot on target. Made three incredible saves after that to keep the scoreline respectable before conceding a second.

Eric Dier-4

Dier’s form has dropped off alarmingly. Just never looked assured when Tottenham was under pressure.

Cristian Romero-4.5

Had a shocking first half where he just never really got close to any of the United forward line. The World Cup winner has a reputation for being hard to play against, but needs to take control of the backline and sort it out.

Clement Lenglet-4

Jittery start to the game when he lost the ball just outside the eighteen-yard box and just never really recovered. Not his best game.

Ivan Perisic-5.5

Lovely goalline clearance from the Croatian to keep the scoreline 1-0. Impressed in the second half.

Pedro Porro-6

Wasted a good counter-attack by deciding to go for goal from a distance when he had options in Kane and Son ahead of him. Feels like he’s trying too hard to impress. Took his goal quite well to his credit to set Tottenham on their way to rescue a point.

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg-5

Lost the ball that gave Bruno the chance to set up Rashford for Manchester United’s second goal. Improved in the second half to his credit.

Oliver Skipp-6

Worked hard, looked committed, and showed an urgency that most of his teammates just didn't have in the first half. His best work was exemplified by a brilliant tackle on Rashford in the second half to prevent a goalscoring opportunity.

Son Heung-min-7

Played on the right side of the Tottenham attack in the first half, the South Korean drifted in and out of the game, not for lack of effort, but it really has just been one frustrating campaign. Scored brilliantly to level the game.

Richarlison-4

Hard to work out Richarlison these days. Works so hard to get into good goalscoring positions but just gets let down by his final ball. Had a chance to set up Pedro Porro at the far post early on, but his pass didn't beat the first man.

Harry Kane-6

Played a role in Porro’s goal. Setup Son twice in the game before the South Korean took the invitation on the third attempt to score Tottenham’s second goal and claim a point.

Dejan Kulusevski-5.5

Brought so much life to the game when he came on. Looked dangerous every time he had the opportunity to go forward.

Danjuma- N/A

Tanganga- N/A