Tottenham player ratings v Juventus: 25-year-old stars as Spurs disappoint in defeat
Goalkeeper and defenders
Hugo Lloris – 7: Was left watching on for much of the first half, but did as expected when he was called upon. However, the second half saw him watch on as the ball was put past him twice with very little he could do about either goal.
Kieran Trippier – 7: The former Burnley man was afforded the time to push up, and he used his attacking talents to full effect. His cross for Son was full of pace but also pinpoint accurate, and although the winger did not score in a conventional manner, it gave Trippier a deserved assist. However he was caught out for Dybala’s strike as Juve turned the tie on its head.
Davinson Sanchez – 7: An outstanding first 45 set the tone for Spurs, as he chased every loose ball stopped every man in a Juve shirt from breaking through. The summer signing goes from strength to strength each week, but showed his inexperience by being drawn to the ball which opened space for Dybala to score.
Jan Vertonghen – 6: A surprisingly shaky first half saw the Belgian centre back incredibly lucky not to concede a penalty for a late challenge which was nowhere near the ball and definitely caught the man. Was walking a tightrope minutes later after wiping Paulo Dybala out.
Ben Davies – 5: An impressive 45 minutes, which saw him keep the opposition at bay down the left flank was let down by his second half display, where he found himself beaten far too easily for the cross which led to Juventus’ equaliser.
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