Spurs v Man Utd player ratings

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A goal from Christian Eriksen inside 11 seconds set Spurs on their way to another Wembley victory. Here’s how we rated the players in their 2-0 win against Manchester United.

Hugo Lloris: 8

Made some very important saves to ensure United did not find an easy route back into the game. Blocked at the feet of Jesse Lingard, turned aside Anthony Martial’s near-post effort and kept out a Romelu Lukaku drive.

Kieran Trippier: 8

A night when this season’s exit of Kyle Walker made perfect sense. A marauding presence down the right flank. Chewed up the turf with pace and verve and found time to subdue Alexis Sanchez.

Davinson Sanchez: 7

Hardly put a foot wrong. Always seemed in the right place at the right time and managed to pinch the ball off United toes on more than one occasion.

Jan Vertonghen: 7

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A superbly composed display at the heart of the defence. Always looked in charge and ready to mount the next Spurs attack.

Ben Davies: 6

A good outing on the left flank. Davies did his job of helping snuff out danger and never looked too ruffled on an off-night for the visitors.

Eric Dier: 6

Helped clog the central areas when Lingard or Lukaku threatened to thread their way through gaps.

Christian Eriksen: 8

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His goal was the highlight of a fine display of astute passing and positional play. United never got to grips with him.

Mousa Dembele: 8

Completely eclipsed Paul Pogba with his energy and strength on the ball. Another of those nights when you understood just why Spurs fans love him so much. Given a rousing send off when subbed at the end.

Dele Alli: 6

Not the main man this time, but still an excellent part of Tottenham’s attacks and link-up play. Also went close to adding to his goal tally for the season.

Son Heung-Min: 7

Bright, always available and involved in so many of those typical rapid-fire counter-attacks. The South Korean is truly in a rich vein of form.

Harry Kane: 7

Bullied United defenders all night. His flicked header set up the opening goal and his mere presence panicked Phil Jones into the own goal which doubled Spurs’ lead.