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Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Community Player Ratings

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Spurs fumble opportunity to put distance between themselves and rivals in top four race.

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images

Saturday’s draw against Manchester City wasn’t exactly the most inspiring of performances, in fact, it was probably one of the more dreadful matches I’ve seen Spurs play this season. The fact that Spurs still managed to salvage a draw out of the match, however, is excellent.

Sure, in the context of a weekend that began with top four rivals Liverpool and Manchester United dropping points and concluded with Arsenal very nearly Arsenal’ing things up and Chelsea continuing to roll, this might be looked back on as a missed opportunity for Spurs. But, bad performances happen and the fact that the team turned what could have been an absolute drubbing into a draw shows a good deal of mental fortitude.

The less said about the individual performances against City, the better. Though I am very curious to see where Hugo Lloris falls in these ratings.

As to the season as a whole, here’s where we stand so far:

And 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

So, go ahead. Tell us what you thought of the performance against City.