How did the players fare in Newcastle's 1-0 win at Tottenham?

TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1):

Lloris 5; Walker-Peters 5 (Eriksen 62, 5), Alderweireld 5, Sanchez 4, Rose 4 (Davies 88); Winks 5, Sissoko 6; Lucas 5, Lamela 4 (Lo Celso 62, 5), SON 6; Kane 5.

Subs (not used): Gazzaniga (gk), Vertonghen, Skipp, Dier.

NEWCASTLE (5-2-3):

7 Dubravka: Would not have expected such a trouble-free afternoon, but still commanded his area extremely well

8 Krafth: Shut up shop superbly in the right-wing berth and ensured Son was not able to influence things on his return to the Spurs side

8 Schar: Defended superbly, and strode forward with the ball when the opportunity allowed – loves the physical challenge of the Premier League

8 Lascelles: A much-improved display from the skipper, who kept Kane quiet throughout – picked up an injury late on

9 DUMMETT: Was brilliant from start to finish – heading everything that came into the box and repeatedly putting his body on the line

8 Ritchie: Forgot about his attacking instincts and concentrated on defending, to extremely impressive effect

7 Hayden: Mopped up efficiently in front of the back five and shut down Eriksen in the closing stages

7 Longstaff: Worked alongside Hayden to prevent Spurs’ midfielders breaking into the box and tested Lloris with a first-half shot

8 Almiron: Things might not be coming off for him in attack, but he ran himself into the ground to deny Spurs’ midfielders any space

8 Joelinton: Gave everything for the cause – even picking up a late injury – and opened his Premier League account with a fine finish

5 Saint-Maximin: The gamble on the winger’s fitness didn’t pay off as his first Premier League start lasted just 17 minutes


7 Atsu (for Saint-Maximin, 17): Ensured Saint-Maximin was not missed with a fine performance, and set up the winning goal

Fernandez (for Lascelles, 81)

Muto (for Joelinton, 88)

(not used): Darlow (gk), Manquillo, Willems, Shelvey.

Man Of The Match: PAUL DUMMETT – The Newcastle defender has had a difficult week in the wake of his controversial post-match comments at Norwich, but this was a performance brimming with commitment, heart and concentration.