The Best And The Worst Rated Tottenham Players In Their Demolition Over AS Monaco

When Tottenham Hotspur went up against Ligue 1 side AS Monaco at White Hart Lane in mid-week, it was important that the Londoners went through as group leaders. The Premier League outfit were impressive in the game and managed to put one into the back of the opposition net, after just 2 minutes into the game. Erik Lamela scored the opening goal of the game and managed to add a second on the 15th and a third on the 37th minute of the match.

The second half was a tight contest when on the 61st minute of the game El Shaarawy added a consolation goal for the French side, as Carroll added a 4th for the North London side on the 77th minute.

The game concluded as it ended in a 4-1 victory for the hosts, who easily went through to the next round of the Europa League as group winners.

Player Ratings:

Hugo Lloris: 6/10

Tried his best to stop El Shaarawy’s shot, yet failed to deal with it and did his best to keep his side in the game and earn all three points.

Eric Dier: 6/10

Did his best to defend off the opponents attacks and helped his side keep possession and enjoy a good game right through.

Ben Davies: 6/10

The defender put in a good performance, as he created Lamela’s opening goal and was also quite strong at the back as well.

Kevin Wimmer: 6/10

Put in a solid performance at the back to support Alderweireld, when he replaced Vertonghen in the game.

Kieran Trippier: 5/10

Mbappe put him in a tough situation, after coming, though he did help Davies up front as well.

Toby Alderweireld: 7/10

Put in a solid performance at the back, as he was the head of the defence in a game dominated by his side overall.

Clinton Njie: 7/10

Involved in the first goal of the match and played a crucial part in Tottenham’s comfortable win over the French outfit.

Eric Lamela: 9/10

A great performance as he gained control of the game for his club scoring a hat-trick in the first 45 minutes and was solid for his side, who dominated right through.

Tom Carroll: 7/10

Scored his first goal for Spurs in the match and left his impact on the game as he looked really positive till the end of the game.

Son Heung-min: 6/10

Involved in the game from the start and was rewarded with a superb assist for the third goal for Lamela’s hat-trick, who was quite impressive on the night.

Josh Onomah: 6/10

Managed to put in a great performance in the game that helped the Londoners secure an easy win.


Nabil Bentaleb: 5/10

Replaced Dier, who was not able to play a major role in the game.

Written by Nitish Bhan

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