December 7, 2023

Tottenham lost 2-1 to West Ham after blowing a second lead, bringing their winless streak to five games.


After serving a three-match ban, Cristian Romero returned to the starting lineup and put Spurs ahead with a header in the eleventh minute. However, they were unable to extend their lead, and Jarrod Bowen equalized early in the second half.


Fifteen minutes from time, James Ward-Prowse took advantage of a defensive blunder to win it for the Hammers.


These are our rankings for the Spurs players…


Guglielmo Vicario No. 5


Helpless to stop Bowen’s decisive finish and sold short by Udogie, even though he may have covered the Italian’s flimsy pass with his feet.


Pedro Porro No. 7


Romero’s first goal came from his corner, and he was a constant forward-runner. Richarlison could have had a second assist, but he headed his excellent cross wide.


Romero Cristiano 7


gave the back four a sense of confident serenity and scored the first goal with a fantastic header. lost a struggle with Bowen during the progression of West Ham’s equalizer.


Ben Davies Five


Unfortunately, Bowen was unlucky not to score when his block deflected off Romero and into his path, allowing Ward-Prowse to beat him to the ball for the winning goal.


Udogie 5 Destiny


having a dominant game up until his careless back pass cost Spurs the game.


Bissouma Yves 6


appeared more assured during the first half, smashing a shot over the net from a favorable position. Had to be more adorable appeared more assured during the first half, smashing a shot over the net from a favorable position. Cutter was required as Spurs look for a breakthrough following the equalizer.



Emile Pierre Hojbjerg Six


In the first half, went down hilariously twice in an attempt to get a penalty. I made very little, but I saw a lot of the ball.


Giovani Lo Celso 7.


stung the palms of Fabianski as he attempted to score for the third time in a row and came dangerously close to scoring another when Kurt Zouma deflected his cross off the crossbar of his own goal. passes the ball well, but sometimes it slows down the action.


Dejan Kulusevski (6)


worked nonstop, entered some risky situations, but ultimately was unable to pass through West Ham.


Johnson Brennan Six


Although the final ball was uneven, it occupied some favorable positions in the first half and attempted to get shots off at Fabianski. Threatened less after the pause.


Heung-min Son No. 5


Silent by his high standards, and when he was replaced, it seemed like he was carrying a knock.




Richarlison, 67′ Hojbjerg


Moments after his introduction, he should have hit the target, but he narrowly headed just wide.


Oliver Skipp (67-foot Lo Celso) 6


swiftly and crisply passed the ball.


Bryan Gil (84′ Bissouma) (5)


Too little time for a late-night cameo to leave an impression.


The Johnson 84′ Pape Sarr 5.


recovered from a hamstring ailment and ought to be considered to begin against Newcastle.


Son 88′ Alejo Veliz N/A


The young striker made a late appearance after it seemed like he took a knock.


Forster, Emerson, Donley, and Dorrington were not used.

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