Tottenham player ratings: Lloris excellent, Winks and Emerson impressive as Conte gets win

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Hugo Lloris

Started his first European match of the season but had little to do until a superb stop to deny Sondre Tronstad from distance. Then did likewise not long after the break as he pulled off fine saves to frustrate Lois Openda amd Riechedly Bazoer. Not much he could do about Vitesse’s goals, however. 8

Cristian Romero

Surged forward early on and teed up a chance for Son Heung-min that the attacker failed to take. Had a bit more to do towards the end of the first half with Vitesse coming into the game before receiving his marching orders on the hour mark for a second booking. 4

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Eric Dier

Started at the heart of a back three but will have felt he should’ve done better for Jacob Rasmussen’s goal as he climbed above him from a corner. Remained strong at the back late on with Spurs hanging on against the 11 men of Vitesse. 6

Ben Davies

Given the nod by Antonio Conte but was perhaps very lucky early on not to concede a penalty after clipping Nikolai Baden Frederiksen. Should really have scored when he found himself in the Vitesse box for the third goal of the evening but the ball went in anyway. As with Dier above, remained strong to help see the game out. 6

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Emerson Royal

In a more attacking role as a wing-back and made some very good runs as Spurs caused problems for the visitors. Had to focus on his defending after the break but played a part in Markus Schubert’s red after attempting to lob the goalkeeper. 7

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

Played his part in the opener with some strong play in midfield and carried on putting himself about during his time on the pitch.. 6



Son Heung-min celebrates his opener against Vitesse
Son Heung-min celebrates his opener against Vitesse

Oliver Skipp

Far from his best against Manchester United last Saturday but was better in the middle of the park vs Vitesse. Subbed off towards the end. 6

Sergio Reguilon

Played very advanced in his wing-back role but didn’t really get much joy in the final third. Dropped back to left-back in the second half following the red card and spent his time defending until he pushed further upfield following the triple sub. 6

Lucas Moura

Linked up well as part of the front three and was unlucky not to score seconds before Son found the net. However, didn’t take him long to get his name on the scoresheet after teaming up well with Harry Kane. Some poor play form him did allow Vitesse to score a second as his sloppy pass was seized upon. 7

Son Heung-min

Had a chance with just over a minute on the clock but it was cleared off the line, before giving Spurs the lead not long after with a low finish. Worked well in the front three but couldn’t make the same impact after the break with Vitesse dominating 7

Harry Kane

Looked more like his old self and registered an assist after some great forward play to slip in Lucas and was unlucky not to prod the ball home for the third. Barely had a sniff on goal after the break as he was playing up front on his own due to Romero’s red card. 7

Substitutes

Harry Winks (Oliver Skipp, 72)

Back on the pitch as he came on to help see the game out with 18 minutes remaining. Played a very good ball over the top that culminated with Markus Schubert seeing red. Really good cameo from the player. 7

Davinson Sanchez (Lucas Moura, 72)

Another to come on and help see the game out. He did just that. 6

Tanguy Ndombele (Son Heung-min, 72)

Limited time to make an impact but produced some brilliance to tee up Giovani Lo Celso. 6

Giovani Lo Celso (Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 87)

On for the final four minutes and unlucky not to score. N/A

Source by Football London

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