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

TOTTENHAM (4-3-3):

Lloris 6; Doherty 7, Sanchez 7, Dier 6, Davies 7 ; Hojbjerg 6, Winks 7, Lo Celso 8 (Ndombele 76) ; Lucas 7 (Lamela 79), KANE 8, Son 8 (Bergwijn 46, 5).

Subs (not used): Hart (gk), Reguilon, Alderweireld, Fernandes.

NEWCASTLE (5-4-1):

9 Darlow: Kept his side in the game with a succession of superb saves – the pick of which formed a double save as early as the third minute

5 Manquillo: Tried his best at right wing-back, but was overrun by Spurs’ attackers on a number of occasions, especially in the first half

6 Hayden: Stuck to his defensive task doggedly after being moved into a central-defensive role, although looked happier when moved back into midfield late on

5 Lascelles: A difficult afternoon for the skipper, who struggled against Kane, although he did not allow his head to drop

5 Fernandez: Won some important headers, but was undone on plenty of occasions when the ball was on the floor

4 Ritchie: Seemed to lose track of Lucas for Spurs’ winning goal, and was forced off in the second half after damaging his shoulder

4 Almiron: Restored to the starting line-up after an impressive midweek display, but gave the ball away cheaply time and time again

5 Shelvey: Struggled to find his range for the vast majority of the afternoon, but produced a telling set-piece when it mattered most

4 Hendrick: Played more centrally for most of the game, but was little more than a spectator as Spurs’ players passed the ball around him

Joelinton: Had to concentrate on his defensive work on the left of midfield and put in a real shift even if his attacking impact was non-existent

5 Wilson: Cut a frustrated figure as he toiled without reward for 90 minutes – but then held his nerve superbly from the spot


5 Lewis (for Ritchie, 69): Provided some additional energy down the left-hand side in the closing stages

Murphy (for Hendrick, 74)

Carroll (for Almiron, 77)

(not used): Gillespie (gk), Krafth, Yedlin, S Longstaff.

Man Of The Match: KARL DARLOW – Newcastle’s goalkeeper was sensational from first minute to last, making a string of fine saves that ultimately proved crucial.