Player ratings as Spurs concede late to Molineux

Tottenham Hotspur suffered another late equalizer on Sunday afternoon as they fell by two points in a 1-1 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

After quickly taking the lead thanks to Tanguy Ndombele, he looked to everyone as Spurs would hold out for the win, with Jose Mourinho’s five full-backs stoically defending themselves in wave after wave of attacks.

Still, Wolves continued to apply pressure and visitors’ resistance was broken in the 86th minute when Romain Saiss slipped out from Ben Davies to take a look at Pedro Neto’s house, saving a point in the embers. dying of the match.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s men thus moved to eleventh place, while Spurs climbed to fifth place, still six points behind league leaders Liverpool.

Here are the player ratings.

Davies challenges Traoré in the air | LINDSEY PARNABY / Getty Images

Hugo Lloris (GK) – 6/10 – There wasn’t much I could do about the EQ, and I didn’t have much to do.

Sergio Reguilon (LWB) – 5/10 – No real conviction in his forays on the left flank. Replaced after an hour.

Ben Davies (CB) – 6/10 – He lost his marker, Saiss, as the Wolves equalized from a corner but collected an assist.

Davinson Sanchez (CB) – 7/10 – Composed and assured in what was a solid display.

Eric Dier (CB) – 7/10 – Well organized the defense and it looked like he was going to win a leaf of cleats for his efforts until Saiss belatedly ruined the party.

Matt Doherty (RWB) – 7/10 – A professional demonstration of the Irishman against his former club. No Spurs player has made more tackles (4) or interceptions (3).

Tanguy NDombele
Ndombele starts his first game in the 1st minute | Pool / Getty Images

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (CM) – 7/10 – Kept the ball in motion and won individual battles. Makes the most passes of any Spurs player (64).

Harry Winks (CM) – 5/10 – Came in from the cold after an extended spell to the side and lacked composure on the ball, looking a little rusty as you might expect.

Tanguy Ndombele (CAM) – 8/10 – Opened the scoring early on with a clean strike from the edge of the penalty area. Motored forward from deep, propelling his side onto the ground.

Harry Kane, Joao Moutinho
Kane is thrilled by Moutinho | Pool / Getty Images

Son Heung-Min (ST) – 6/10 – Was unable to rekindle his devastating partnership with Kane in what was a subdued display.

Harry Kane (ST) – 6/10 – His presence as a focal point was invaluable, but his teammates weren’t able to create a clear opportunity for him.

Steven Bergwijn, José Mourinho
Mourinho gives instructions to Bergwijn before going into action | Pool / Getty Images

Steven Bergwijn – 6/10

Moussa Sissoko – 6/10

Erik Lamela – N / A

Nelson SemedoHarry Kane
Semedo takes the lead with Kane | Matthew Ashton – AMA / Getty Images

Rui Patricio (GK) – 5/10 – Was slow to respond as Ndombele’s attack slipped through the middle of the net; low saving effort for a keeper of his caliber.

Fernando Marcal (LB) – 6/10 – Competent in his defensive functions but short of ideas for the future.

Romain Saiss (CB) – 8/10 – Watched Pedro Neto’s corner home for the equalizer. It was impressive from the back, as no Wolves player has had more shots in the game (3) or made more passes (75).

Conor Coady (CB) – 7/10 – He seemed certain to be taken out halfway through the first half, but he continued after receiving a blow, ending his 250th game for the club. He and Saiss treated the Son and Kane partnership well, canceling the two strikers.

Nelson Semedo (RB) – 6/10 – Posed a threat down the right flank with his lightning pace.

Neves controls with Ndombele nearby
Neves controls with Ndombele nearby | Sam Bagnall – AMA / Getty Images

Joao Moutinho (CDM) – 7/10 – Received the ball in tight spaces and managed to get out.

Ruben Neves (CDM) – 6/10 – His stint was temperamental at times and generally a little negative, but he was solid defensively.

Fabio Silva
Silva regrets missed opportunity | Matthew Ashton – AMA / Getty Images

Pedro Neto (LW) – 7/10 – Completed some eye-catching dribbles with his electric rhythm, while his corner settled the equalizer.

Daniel Podence (CAM) – 6/10 – Volleyed a promising chance straight into Lloris’ neck in the first half. Seemed dangerous on the ball but lacked a final product.

Adama Traoré (RW) – 6/10 – Terrorized Tottenham in that game last season, but could only show a glimpse of their potential this time around.

Fabio Silva (ST) – 5/10 – Removed his marker to meet Semedo’s cross in the first half, but was unable to score his second Premier League goal after scoring at Turf Moor the previous week, giving a golden chance in the side net . I struggled to hold the ball.

Rayan Ait-Nouri – N / A

Owen Otasowie –
N / A

Vitinha –
N / A