Jeffrey Schlupp 8; Serge Aurier 8, Harry Kane 7: Crystal Palace v Tottenham player ratings

Jeffrey Schlupp 8; Serge Aurier 8, Harry Kane 7: Crystal Palace v Tottenham player ratings
Jeffrey Schlupp 8; Serge Aurier 8, Harry Kane 7: Crystal Palace v Tottenham player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Vicente Guaita – 6: Did well not to fell Lucas Moura for a penalty that could have cost Palace the game at the end of the first half. Getty

Joel Ward – 7: Helped drive Palace’s best phase of play after the break, and hit the post … albeit with a cross. AP

Scott Dann – 6: Looked ready for the end of the season, especially once he was nutmegged by Harry Kane late on. Getty

Cheikhou Kouyate – 7: Out of position once or twice, but otherwise did a fine job filling in again at centre-back. AP

Tyrick Mitchell – 6: The youngster was given a tough time by Moura, and received a yellow card for his troubles. PA

James McArthur – 6: Let Tottenham’s midfield know they were in for a battle with some robust challenges early in the piece. AP

James McCarthy – 6: Yellow carded early on for a foul on Son Heung-min, which put him on edge for the rest of the game. Reuters

Andros Townsend – 7: Looked very keen to make an impression against his boyhood club. Occasionally over eager when well placed. AP

Jeffrey Schlupp – 8: His second goal of the season was Palace’s first in seven and a half games against Spurs. Tenacious throughout. Getty

Jordan Ayew – 6: Did a decent impersonation of Christian Benteke, holding up the ball well, but wasted a good chance. Getty

Wilfried Zaha – 6: Appeared threatening, as usual, but was well shackled by Serge Aurier. Getty

Jairo Riedewald – (On for McArthur 70') 6: Barely had a chance to make a difference. Getty

Luka Milivojevic – (On for Schlupp 85'): NA, His cross from a free-kick found Dann well placed, but he headed wide. PA

Hugo Lloris – 6: No chance with Schlupp’s blazing shot from point-blank range, and he had little else significant to do. EPA

Serge Aurier – 8: Continues to amaze, performing to such a high level after the death of his brother. Diligent throughout. Reuters

Toby Alderweireld – 6: Picked up a rare yellow card for a foul on Ayew, and was nearly shown up late on when Dann beat him to a header – but headed wide. Reuters

Eric Dier – 7: Looked confident after his return from suspension. Powerful in the tackle, and showed a midfielder’s range of passing. AP

Ben Davies – 6, Occasionally wasteful in possession but solid enough in repelling Andros Townsend. Reuters

Harry Winks – 6: Typically tidy but lacked the oomph Tottenham needed to counter Palace once the hosts gained the ascendancy. PA

Moussa Sissoko – 7, Was only a matter of time before he succumbed to a muscle injury given the incredible workload he gets through. AP

Lucas Moura – 8: One fine run in the first half nearly brought a sensational goal, and he was a constant threat down the right flank. Getty

Giovani Lo Celso – 7: Intricate footwork followed by a canny through ball set up the opener for Kane. Substituted on the hour. Getty

Son Heung-min – 6: Spurs’ player of the season struggled to prise many openings, and looked fed up to be replaced with 10 minutes to go. EPA

Harry Kane – 7: His 13th-minute goal looked like it was going to be enough for the win at the interval, but Tottenham lapsed in the second half. AP

Steven Bergwijn – (On for Lo Celso 60') 6: Scarcely registered anything in an attacking sense, but defended well against Zaha. EPA

Dele Alli – (On for Son 80') NA: Had little chance to make a difference. AP

Oliver Skipp – (On for Sissoko 80') NA: A sign of Mourinho’s ambitions was that he brought midfield screener Skipp near the end. Reuters

Davinson Sanchez – (On for Moura 93') NA. Reuters

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