James Rodriguez 8, Seamus Coleman 9; Harry Kane 4: Tottenham v Everton player ratings

James Rodriguez 8, Seamus Coleman 9; Harry Kane 4: Tottenham v Everton player ratings
James Rodriguez 8, Seamus Coleman 9; Harry Kane 4: Tottenham v Everton player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - TOTTENHAM RATINGS: Hugo Lloris - 5: Didn't have much to do, and had no chance with Everton's winner. Reuters

Matt Doherty - 5: One attacking foray almost led to a goal but was otherwise put in the shade by his opposite right-back Seamus Coleman. Reuters

Eric Dier - 6: A couple of timely blocks to deny Richarlison from getting on the scoresheet. AFP

Toby Alderweireld - 5: Beaten by Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the air for the winner and looked on shaky ground throughout. Reuters

Ben Davies - 5: Spurs left-back never asked any questions defensively of Everton new-boy James Rodriguez. Reuters

Harry Winks - 5: Him and Hojbjerg looked too similar in a dysfunctional centre midfield pairing. AFP

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg - 5: Dane was happy to get stuck in but failed to make an impression on his Spurs debut. EPA

Dele Alli - 6: Stung the hands of Pickford with a lightning quick counter and then was inexcusably hooked at half time by his manager. EPA

Lucas Moura - 6: Flashes of good play from the Brazilian attacker but none of them in areas that hurt Everton. EPA

Son Heung-min - 5: The South Korean may still be in Seamus Coleman's pocket. Reuters

Harry Kane - 4: Hard to remember the Tottenham striker touching the ball in the second half and hardly littered the first 45 with memories either. AFP

SUBS: Moussa Sissoko (on for Alli) - 5: Frenchman tried to offer drive from midfield but to no avail. AFP

Steven Bergwijn (on for Winks) - 5: Instructed to hog the touchline by his manger when the dangerous Dutchman might have been better deployed supporting Kane. Reuters

Tanguy Ndombele (on for Doherty) - 4: Frenchman's impact was negligible. EPA

EVERTON RATINGS: Jordan Pickford - 7: Pulled off quality saves to deny Alli and Doherty in the first half. Reuters

Seamus Coleman - 9: The Everton captain was exceptional defensively and never gave Son a sniff. AFP

Michael Keane - 6: A comfortable afternoon for the Everton centre-back. AFP

Yerry Mina - 6: The commanding Colombian marshaled the defensive line well to keep Spurs' attackers quiet. Reuters

Lucas Digne - 7: Delivered a tantilising ball for Calvert-Lewin to attack and constantly kept Moura pinned back. EPA

Allan - 8: The least venerated of Everton's midfield signings but the Brazilian was a colossus protecting the back four. AFP

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 6: Solid if unspectacular debut for the Frenchman. Snuffed out one dangerous Spurs attack in particular in the first half. AFP

James Rodriguez - 8: Caressed the ball from right to left as if running his fingers through a lover's hair. Never looked in danger of beating Davies for pace, but then he never looked like he had to. EPA

Andre Gomes - 8: Much was made of the three midfield debutants, but the Portuguese was pure silk before being replaced on 68 minutes. Reuters

Richarlison - 7: It's no exaggeration to say the Everton forward should have bagged a hat-trick. The Brazilian was plenty wasteful, but it speaks to his character that he never went missing. AFP

Dominic Calvert-Lewin - 7: Hardly involved in the first half but grew in stature in the second. The way he got between the two Spurs centre-backs to score his header was reminiscent of his coach, Duncan Ferguson, in his pomp. Reuters

SUBS: Gylfi Sigurdsson (on for Gomes) - 5: The Iceland international may find game time limited after today. Reuters

Tom Davies (on for James) - NA: Brought on to eat up the clock. AFP

Moise Kean (on for Calvert-Lewin) - NA: No time for the striker to impose himself on the match. EPA

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