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    Tottenham player ratings: Kane sensational, but Spurs suffer collapse against West Ham

    Tottenham conceded three times in the final eight minutes to somehow throw away two points to draw 3-3 with West Ham.

    Heung Min Son scoring inside the opening 60 seconds before Harry Kane struck twice more to make it 3-0 before the 20-minute mark, but Jose Mourinho’s men showed their defensive frailties to collapse late on.

    Here’s how we rated the players on the day:

    Hugo Lloris, 6 – Looked on course for his first clean sheet of the campaign until West Ham’s late comeback. Could have possibly done better with Manuel Lanzini’s equaliser.

    Serge Aurier, 6 – Did well for the majority, but conceded a needless free-kick which led to the third Hammers goal.

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    Davinson Sanchez, 2 – Horrible performance from start to finish, culminating in a shocking own-goal which really inspired West Ham’s comeback.

    Toby Alderweireld, 7 – Hardly put a foot wrong. Let down by others.

    Sergio Regulion, 7 – Provided great support for Son down the left and assisted Kane’s second with an inch-perfect delivery.

    Pierre-Hojbjerg, 8 – Mopped everything up that came his way.

    Moussa Sissoko, 6 – Energetic first-half, before fading in the second. Poor for the second goal.

    Tanguy Ndombele, 7 – Continued where he left off before the international break. Put in some great defensive work, too, and looked so comfortable in possession.

    Steve Bergwijn, 5 – Didn’t do enough and was deservedly hooked for Bale.

    Heung Min Son, 7 – Started like a house on fire, sweeping home the opener before assisting Kane for Tottenham’s second. Very quiet after that.

    Harry Kane, 9 – Another outstanding performance, which included two clinical goals and an assist for Son’s opener. Also made some excellent defensive blocks and certainly deserved to leave the pitch a winner.

    Substitutes:

    Lucas Moura, N/A – Hardly involved.

    Gareth Bale, 6 – Missed a glorious late chance to make it 4-2.

    Harry Winks, 5 – Came on to help Spurs see the game out, but did anything but. Weak for the Hammers’ third.

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