Toby Alderweireld and Son Heung-min 8; Shkodran Mustafi 5 - Tottenham v Arsenal player ratings

Toby Alderweireld and Son Heung-min 8; Shkodran Mustafi 5 - Tottenham v Arsenal player ratings
Toby Alderweireld and Son Heung-min 8; Shkodran Mustafi 5 - Tottenham v Arsenal player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - TOTTENHAM RATINGS: Hugo Lloris - 7: Made some big saves, and none better than to deny Aubameyang a goal midway through the second half that would have put Arsenal back in front. Reuters

Serge Aurier - 5: The Ivorian's lack of composure continually put his side under the cosh and it was his mistake that led to Arsenal's goal. AFP

Toby Alderweireld - 8: Capped a resolute rearguard performance by heading in the winning goal. Reuters

Davinson Sanchez - 7: Part of a defensive unit that held up well as Arsenal enjoyed the majority of possession. Reuters

Ben Davies - 7: The Spurs left-back put in some crunching tackles and rattled the woodwork with a rasping drive in the first half. EPA

Moussa Sissoko - 7: Had a tough job on his hands protecting Aurier's flank but his experience shone through in the closing stages. Reuters

Harry Winks - 5: Booked for tugging back Lacazette, one of several Arsenal players who ran past him with ease. AFP

Giovani Lo Celso - 7: The Argentine's passing was sublime in the opening 45 minutes. Faded badly with Spurs on the back foot in the second, though. AFP

Lucas Moura - 7: The Brazilian's bursts of energy in the second half galvanised Spurs into finding a winner. Reuters

Son Heung-min - 8: Pounced on an Arsenal mistake to finish with a delightful chip and supplied the corner for Alderweireld's headed winner. EPA

Harry Kane - 7: It was his shot that forced the save that led to the winner and the Spurs striker worked wonders down Arsenal's suspect right side. Reuters

SUBS: Steve Bergwijn (on for Moura, 82') - NA. EPA

Oliver Skipp (on for Lo Celso, 84') - NA. Reuters

ARSENAL RATINGS: Emiliano Martinez - 8: Denied Kane and Son with excellent stops and also managed to tip Davies' piledriver on to the bar. EPA

Shkodran Mustafi - 5: Back to the Mustafi of old as the German made countless mistakes and Spurs targeted his side of the defence for their attacks. Reuters

David Luiz - 6: Son is quick, and Kolasinac's pass wasn't the best, but the Brazilian still should have dealt with the danger before the Korean scored Spurs' opener. EPA

Sead Kolasinac - 5: Poor pass that led to Spurs' opener and looked shaky all game. Reuters

Hector Bellerin - 6: One marauding raid should have resulted in Aubameyang scoring but the Arsenal striker mishit his shot. AFP

Granit Xhaka - 7: Solid display from the Swiss and his combinations with Tierney down the left put Spurs under pressure. AFP

Dani Ceballos - 7: Passing and movement were a feature of the good in the Gunners' attacking play. Reuters

Kieran Tierney - 6: Too often cut the ball back instead of crossing from promising positions. EPA

Nicolas Pepe - 7: Went desperately close to scoring with a curling effort and one neat turn caused Davies to take a booking to stop the Ivorian breaking free. AFP

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 7: Three excellent chances to score with one that hit the crossbar particularly costly. EPA

Alexandre Lacazette -7: Superb strike to open the scoring but the Frenhcman otherwise picked the ball up in deep areas where he did little damage. EPA

SUBS: Bukayo Saka (on for Pepe, 74') - 5: Played on both flanks and his only contribution was a yellow card for petulantly throwing the ball down. Reuters

Joe Willock (on for Tierney, 84') - NA; Reiss Nelson (on for Kolasinac, 84') - NA; Cedric Soares (on for Bellerin, 84') - NA. EPA

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