We're not going to belabor the point. We know Tottenham fell to Leicester City at White Hart Lane thanks to a Robert Huth (Robert Huth, ferchrissakes) header late in the match. That said, Spurs didn't exactly stink up the pitch. Despite the loss, there were definite positives to take away from the match, and Spurs should feel especially unlucky not to walk away with at least two points.
But, y'know, we've still got to rate the players. So choke back the tears, and get those knees a-jerking towards your computer keyboards. There's rating to do.
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.