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CSKA Moscow 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Community Player Ratings

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PFC CSKA Moskva v Tottenham Hotspur FC - UEFA Champions League Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images

It wasn’t exactly a must-win match, but it was close, and Tottenham Hotspur left Russia with all three points and firm hold on second place in Group E of the UEFA Champions League.

It took a while, as it always seems too, but Heung-Min Son finally broke the deadlock in Moscow in the 71’ minute. The South Korean’s form has been blistering of late and he continued his goal-scoring run that is making him practically undroppable. Jan Vertonghen also put in a good performance, keep gigantic striker Lacina Traore quiet for much of the night.

Now it’s time for you to tell us what you think of each player’s performance. Here’s how the ratings work:

  1. I don't even know how to describe this level of bad.
  2. Abysmal
  3. Very bad
  4. Bad
  5. Below Average
  6. Average
  7. Above Average
  8. Good
  9. Very good
  10. World Class or Amazing

Without further delay, here you go:

Also, since you lot have been clamoring for it, and I’ve been “too busy” to write a second post about the results of the voting, here’s where we stand through the Boro match.