At the end of the fixture at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, here are our Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United Player Ratings.
West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur started the game on a great tempo but the Hammers failed to keep that going. Tottenham went a goal up through an own goal and Son doubled it up. However, before going to HT, West Ham pulled a goal back.
In the second half, West Ham United looked lethal in the early minutes of the half. However, Tottenham Hotspur grew slowly into the game. Son found the third goal in the final minutes to give his side a two-goal cushion.
Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United Player Ratings
Hugo Lloris (6.8/10): The French shot-stopper was again key for his side with his commanding nature and shot-stopping abilities.
Cristian Romero (6.7/10): The Argentinian was the best defender for Tottenham Hotspur against West Ham United. He had two tackles that saved the day for the North London outfit.
Eric Dier (6.2/10): The English defender was invisible throughout the game. He did not have a major contribution in defense let alone in attack.
Ben Davies (6.3/10): Though Ben Davies did not have a major say in the proceedings of the game, he ensured calmness in the defense with his key passing and dropping shoulders.
Sergio Reguillon (6.7/10): Sergio Reguillon was a live wire on the left flank. He bombed forward several times and even had a chance to find the back of the net. The player had two dribbles to his name.
Pierre Emile Hojbjerg (6.6/10): The industrious midfielder did all the dirty work in the midfield for THFC. He intercepted several balls that had a potential goal threat.
Rodrigo Bentanacur (7/10): Bentanacur once again proved his worth against the Hammers. Not only did he have a dribble to his name, but he also had two aerial wins and two tackles.
Matt Doherty (6.9/10): Matt Doherty proved too hot to handle on the right flank. As the wide-back, Matt Doherty linked defense to attack several times. He also had four tackles to his name.
Dejan Kulusevski (6.5/10): The recent acquisition once again lived upto the hype in the Premier League. He had a 93 percent success rate in passing along with two dribbles and a tackle.
Heung Min Son (8.4/10): The South Korean was the best player on the pitch for Spurs. He scored the second goal to double the lead for his side. However, he failed to score on multiple occasions. Despite losing out on several chances, the player scored the third goal for THFC to seal the victory.
Harry Kane (7.8/10): Though Harry Kane found it hard to find the back of the net, he was involved in play making and breaking the lines. He had three assists to his name.
Emerson Royal (NA):
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Lukas Fabianski (6.2/10): Despite the poor start to the game, Lukas Fabianski kept West Ham United in the game with his stupendous saves.
Aaron Cresswell (5.9/10): Aaron Cresswell had a poor game against THFC. Playing in the back three, the player was often found out of position and allowed Spurs to double the lead.
Craig Dawson (6.3/10): Amongst the central defenders, Craig Dawson had a better game. He not only kept Harry Kane at bay but also helped to halve the deficit.
Kurt Zouma (5.8/10): Kurt Zouma dropped a stinker of the game against THFC. The player turned the ball into his own net in the first half and was found in jeopardy several times throughout the game.
Ben Johnson (6.1/10): Ben Johnson played wide back role in the first half and full back in the second half. He contributed both offensively and defensively throughout the game.
Tomas Soucek (6.2/10): Tomas Soucek was the engine in the midfield for West Ham United. He had a pass success rate of 77% and a dribble to his name.
Declan Rice (6.3/10): The Manchester United linked player once again had a good game against Tottenham Hotspur. He had a tackle and a pass success rate of 95% to his name.
Arthur Masuaku (6/10): Barring an aerial win, Arthur Masuaku did not have a great game against the North London outfit. Masuaku was subbed before the hour mark.
Manuel Lanzini (6.8/10): The playmaker had a great role throughout the game for West Ham United. He drove the ball forward and had two dribbles to his name.
Said Benrahma (7.2/10): Said Benrahma had a near perfect first half against Tottenham. He halved the deficit for WHU in the first half. He had a pass percentage of 99%.
Michail Antonio (6.2/10): Michail Antonio did not have a great game against Tottenham Hotspur. Before being subbed off, the player had a chance to redeem but failed to find the back of the net.
Pablo Fornals (6.6/10): The player was brought on to the pitch early in the second half but was unable to leave any impact on the field. He had two tackles to his name.
Andriy Yarmolenko (5.8/10): Barring his initial involvements on the field when got substituted, Andriy Yarmolenko did not have any great say on the proceedings of the game.
Nikals Vlasic (NA):