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Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Chelsea: Community Player Ratings

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It was a little boring at times and it probably didn't end the way we all anticipated, but in the end, Spurs goalless draw with Chelsea, much like the newest James Bond movie, wasn't bad, all things considered. Tottenham played without young star Dele Alli, but Ryan Mason seemed to be a reasonably able stand-in on the right wing, until his night was cut short by what seemed to be another leg injury. Spurs had the better of the game, in my view, but Chelsea still had plenty of chances to take the lead and collect all three points.

You should probably know how this works by now, but just as a refresher, here's the scale once again:

  • 10: World Class or Amazing
  • 9: Very good
  • 8: Good
  • 7: Above Average
  • 6: Average
  • 5: Below Average
  • 4: Bad
  • 3: Very bad
  • 2: Abysmal
  • 1: I don't know what this would look like. A six year-old playing against adults?

Now that all the technicalities are out of the way, it's time to do the actual rating.