Harry Kane 5 out of 10, Bruno Fernandes 9: Tottenham v Manchester United player ratings

Harry Kane 5 out of 10, Bruno Fernandes 9: Tottenham v Manchester United player ratings
Harry Kane 5 out of 10, Bruno Fernandes 9: Tottenham v Manchester United player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Hugo Lloris - 7: Made a superb save to deny Anthony Martial in the second half and neat distribution. Reuters

Serge Aurier - 4: The Ivorian has been a liability at right-back all season and three months off has hardly sharpened his senses. AP

Davinson Sanchez - 6: One wayward first-half header aside, the Colombian made some vital interceptions to deny United in threatening positions. AP

Eric Dier - 7: Seasoned Spurs fans will tell you this was Dier's best game for more than two years. "Absolutely perfect," purred his manager. Can feel aggrieved to have conceded what looked a soft penalty for a tussle with Paul Pogba. Reuters

Ben Davies - 7: Steady and dependable at the back and tried to link up with his attackers. AP

Harry Winks - 6: Industrious and hard-working in the face of a more dominant United midfield three. AFP

Moussa Sissoko - 8: Much has been made of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min's comebacks bolstering Spurs but the Frenchman's return from injury is arguably even more important. A monster in defence and denied Marcus Rashford a late break away with a vital interception. AFP

Erik Lamela - 5: The Argentine has the tackling technique of Paul Scholes but sadly not the vision. Reuters

Steven Bergwijn - 7: The Dutchman's work rate only dipped after picking up a knock midway through the second half. Turned Harry Maguire inside out for his goal. AP

Son Heung-min - 7: The South Korean's pace means he is always a threat, but he really should have put Spurs two up with a header shortly after Bergwijn's opener. Getty

Harry Kane - 5: Looked woefully off the pace. The one positive is he lasted the full 90 plus minutes. EPA

Gedson Fernandes (sub for Lamela, 70) - 5: Doesn't look to possess the skill set to flourish as a winger. Spurs still waiting to see a spark from the young Portuguese. Reuters

Giovani Lo Celso (sub for Bergwijn, 70) - 7: His introduction gave Spurs a foothold in the game when United threatened to overwhelm them after the equaliser. AFP

David de Gea - 6: Badly at fault for Bergwijn's goal; made up for it with a superb save from Son. AP

Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 6: Delivery was lacking but the young Englishman was as tenacious in the tackle as ever. Getty

Victor Lindelof - 6: Good distribution and along with his defensive partner Maguire ensured Kane had a quiet game. AFP

Harry Maguire - 6: A galvanising presence but looked about as mobile as Nelson's Column as Bergwijn raced inside and then ahead of him to fire Spurs in front. AFP

Luke Shaw - 6: His pace helps him recover but the left-back too often switches off in defensive situations. AFP

Fred - 7: Was unhappy to be hauled off in the second half and had a commanding game in midfield. Reuters

Scott McTominay - 7: Chosen ahead of Paul Pogba and more than justified it. Never flustered and one of those players that always plays with his head up. AFP

Bruno Fernandes - 8: The last player to win the Premier League player of the month award was a delight to watch. Always probing and came agonisingly close with a second-half fizzer. AFP

Daniel James - 6: The Welshman's pace will always give opposition defences cause for concern but didn't do enough on the ball. AFP

Marcus Rashford - 6: The darling of English football should have buried a first-half header from six yards but completely missed the ball. EPA

Anthony Martial - 5: The Frenchman was largely anonymous and no surprise to see him replaced in the second half. EPA

Nemanja Matic (sub for Lindelof, 78) - 6: Played as part of a back three as United looked to press home their superior possession and territory. AP

Paul Pobga (sub for Fred, 63) - 7: The Frenchman was finally paired with Fernandes in a United midfield and the early signs look promising for a successful partnership. Won the penalty for United's equaliser. AP

Mason Greenwood (sub for James, 62) - 6: Did more in 30 minutes than Martial managed in 70. Getty

Eric Bailly (sub for McTominay, 89) - 5: Brought on to bolster United's defence as Spurs had the better of the latter exchanges. Reuters

Odion Ighalo (sub for Martial, 78) - 5: Nigerian failed to make an impact. Reuters

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