Callum Wilson 8, Nathan Ake 7; Harry Kane and Son Heung-min 5 - Bournemouth v Tottenham player ratings

Callum Wilson 8, Nathan Ake 7; Harry Kane and Son Heung-min 5 - Bournemouth v Tottenham player ratings
Callum Wilson 8, Nathan Ake 7; Harry Kane and Son Heung-min 5 - Bournemouth v Tottenham player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - BOURNEMOUTH RATINGS: Aaron Ramsdale - 6: A quiet night as Spurs failed to muster a shot on target. AFP

Adam Smith - 7: Typified Bournemouth's battling spirit. Carried off on a stretcher with a head injury in the second period. EPA

Nathan Ake - 7: If the ball came anywhere near the Bournemouth area it was swiftly dealt with by Bournemouth's commanding captain. EPA

Lloyd Kelly - 7: Didn't give Harry Kane a look in. EPA

Diego Rico - 7: Never in danger defensively and looked to bolster his side's attacks. AFP

Dan Gosling - 7: Provided protection for his back four and made a crucial tackle on Moura as he was about to pull the trigger. AFP

Jefferson Lerma - 6: Combative performance from the no-nonsense midfielder. AFP

Junior Stanislas - 7: Showed some excellent control and always looking to get Bournemouth on the front foot. AFP

David Brooks - 6: Welsh winger didn't have much joy against his compatriot Davies. Subbed in the second half. AFP

Joshua King - 6: Nearly gave away a penalty for a clumsy challenge on Kane and then handled Callum Wilson's goal eventually ruled out by VAR. Reuters

Callum Wilson - 8: Muscular display from the frontman who was cruelly denied a late winner by VAR. EPA

SUBS: Jack Stacey (on for Smith, 63') - 6: Acquitted himself well after replacing the injured Smith. AFP

Harry Wilson (on for Brooks, 66') - 6: Spurned Bournemouth's best chance of three points deep into injury time. Reuters

TOTTENHAM RATINGS: Hugo Lloris - 7: Pulled off a superb save at the death to keep a second clean sheet in succession. AFP

Serge Aurier - 7: Ivorian saw plenty of the ball but his delivery often disappointed. EPA

Toby Alderweireld - 7: Stood up well to the physicality and movement of King and Wilson. EPA

Jan Vertonghen - 6: First start since the restart and looked rusty. Reuters

Ben Davies - 7: The Welshman let nothing and no one get past him and was involved in the aerial challenge that left Smith requiring lengthy treatment. Reuters

Moussa Sissoko - 6: Frenchman lacked his usual drive. EPA

Harry Winks - 5: Another vanilla display from the England international. EPA

Giovani Lo Celso - 4: Struggled after an early knock and was replaced at half time. EPA

Erik Lamela - 6: The Argentine has been at Spurs seven years now but still struggles to stamp his mark on matches. EPA

Steven Bergwijn - 5: The Dutchman has impressed since his January move but this was definitely a game to forget. Was hooked at half time. AFP

Harry Kane - 5: Was his side's best defender with four clearances in his own area. Didn't touch the ball in Bournemouth's until the 77th minute and looked like he was treading treacle in a foot race against Kelly. EPA

SUBS: Tanguy Ndombele (on for Lo Celso, 45') - 6: Looked to drive Spurs forward but his final ball was lacking. Reuters

Son Heung-min (on for Bergwijn, 45') - 5: The South Korean never got up to speed. Reuters

Gedson Fernandes (on for Aurier, 90+1') - NA. AFP

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