Tottenham Player Rating: Mixed Joe Rodon’s full debut when the attackers fight but the Spurs go to the top

Hugo Lloris

He recovered from his illness and played in the derby and had no save for the last ten minutes when he did well to push Mount’s shot aside. He made another stop to deny Giroud during the added time. Showing again that your concentration level is crucial in the last minutes. 7

Serge Aurier

He tried Mendy with a low early shot from the edge of the Chelsea field. Sometimes more advanced than against the City, with a Sissoko blanket. Like many of his teammates, his last ball wasn’t great either. 7

Joe Rodon

He was very loud from the start, despite some nervous early moments, including the mistake that made Werner rule out the strike. He did indeed get into the game with some important headers, but late he made a silly mistake with a weak headboard that fell on Giroud, only Lloris denied it. Promising first Premier League start, but you have to learn from a few mistakes. 7

Eric Dier

There are those who pass very sometimes, especially trying to ping the effort remotely to teammates. However, his defense was excellent and Chelsea struggled to get over it. He would have scored even higher if it weren’t for these weak passes. 8.

Sergio Reguilon

In the first half, he clung up and down on the left and took a well-defended, yellow card for the team overall in the second third. 7

Moussa Sissoko

He covered a lot of ground, but often panicked when the ball was in the developed areas and he had to let go. 6.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

He pushed half of the entire Spurs and harassed the Chelsea players in his possession. He was a broom for most of the game. 7

Tanguy Ndombele

In the first half, he dazzled Chelsea with a couple of pirouettes and a quick leg. He won a couple of free kicks in the second half, but faded slightly at the start of the third week. 7

Steven Bergwijn

He delivered an early shot over the bar after a good Spurs break. He worked hard but carelessly with his last ball many times. He picked up a yellow card early in the second half, but it took almost 90 minutes before it was replaced. 5.

Son Heung-min

He didn’t see too many balls for a long time in the game, and when he did, he didn’t do much with it. 4

Harry Kane

He started a number of Spurs counterattacks in the first half, but in the second he was harder to find a place and barely touched the ball. 5.

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Giovani Lo Celso

In less than half an hour instead of Ndombele. He gave a great chance in the end where he didn’t shoot or pass, but hit the ball without play. 4

Ben Davies

He replaced Bergwijn in the last minutes. SO

Lucas Moura

He came for Son for added time. SO