Spurs second half player ratings vs Juventus: Ndombele impact before Harry Kane’s stunning goal

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Paulo Gazzaniga

The Argentine made one comfortable save from Bernardeschi but struggled to get down to Higuain’s leveller soon after and had no chance with Ronaldo’s deflected effort. 6

Kyle Walker-Peters

Very impressive display in the opening 45 minutes and he kept it going with a solid second half display until he went off. 7

Jan Vertonghen

Unfortunate to see Ronaldo’s shot deflect in off him for Juventus’ second goal but could have perhaps got closer to Higuain for his goal. 6

Juan FoythReplaced Tanganga in the centre and did little wrong on his side of the defence. 7

Anthony Georgiou

Continued to do well down the left before coming off with 20 minutes to go. 6

Harry Winks

The beating heart of Tottenham’s play, demanding the ball and covering plenty of ground before coming off. 7

Oliver Skipp

The 18-year-old midfielder played almost the entire match and it was another good test for him. He did well in the centre of the pitch before coming off with a knock. 7

Moussa Sissoko

Brought his usual energy to the pitch and almost set up Kane for a second half goal. 6

Erik Lamela

Couldn’t build on his first half goal but did set up Lucas for what should have been a goal or penalty but ended up as neither. 6

Lucas Moura

He should have had a penalty early in the second half after he was hacked down in the box. He then scored Spurs’ leveller though, sliding in to send Ndombele’s pass into the net. Was a constant menace and won the ball back for Kane’s wonderful winner. 8

Harry Kane

He headed one effort against the post after Juve’s first goal and then cut inside to curl a low effort past the other post. Then came that wonderful first time shot from the halfway line to beat the former Arsenal keeper Szczesny and win it for Spurs in added time. 9


Tanguy Ndombele

What an impact. Within moments he had set up Lucas to score with a quick, clever pass and then minutes later curled his own strike inches wide. 8

George Marsh

Came on at right-back for Walker-Peters in the final 15 minutes. 6

Article courtesy of Alasdair Gold of Football.London