Tottenham player ratings v Wycombe: 19-year-old is atrocious
COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
Football Insider rates the Tottenham players in their 4-3 win against Wycombe in the FA Cup at White Hart Lane on Saturday afternoon.
Michel Vorm 3 – Was massively at fault for the first goal after being caught in no-man’s land from a corner and was beaten two more times by the League Two side.
Kieran Trippier 5 – Looked competent in defence, but struggled to create anything meaningful in the final third.
Cameron Carter-Vickers 3 – Made a rash challenge to give away a penalty after losing his man. A poor display from the young defender.
Kevin Wimmer 5 – Struggled in the back line and was brought off in the second half in a double substitution.
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Ben Davies 4 – An unspectacular display from the Welshman. Danny Rose certainly won’t be worrying about his position in the team anytime soon.
Eric Dier 5 – Dier was handed the captaincy on Saturday. However, it was anything but a captain’s performance. Failed to stand-up for his side when they were under the cosh of a League Two team.
Harry Winks 6 – Made some strong forward runs from the midfield which his teammates were unable to take advantage of.
Georges-Kevin N’Koudou 4 – His pace and trickery put the League Two defence in a muddle at times. However, his final ball was often lacking before being brought off at half time.
Moussa Sissoko 4 – A lot more is needed from the £30million summer signing in matches like this. However, he failed to deliver once again
Josh Onomah 3 – The young starlet struggled to input any influence on the match. He would have been hoping to use the match as an opportunity to impress, but to put it simply, the 19-year-old was atrocious.
Son Heung-min 7 – Caused problems to the Wycombe defence upfront, missed a sitter in the first half, but he finished the match with two goals via deflections.
Vincent Janssen (For N’Koudou 45 minutes) 7
Moussa Dembele (For Wimmer 61 minutes) 6
Dele Alli (For Onomah) 8
In other Tottenham news, Mauricio Pochettino issued an ultimatum to his Spurs players before the match.