Tottenham player ratings against the Bacchus: perfect night for Harry Kane; Sexy Brian Gill; Romero finds his feet

In his first start since he announced that he will stay with Tottenham after the end of transfer windowKane opened the scoring after just nine minutes.

The captain of the night doubled the difference here in north London and turned the deficit around shortly before the end of the first half when he broke free from a stampede in the penalty area and scored his second goal.

Giovanni Lo Celso set the score beyond doubt with a cunning free kick from a tight corner in the second half, pulling his erratic effort off the header of Pacos defender Antunes.

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He handled the very little that came his way well, a sloppy moment in the corner nets aside.

Powerful enough, she offered a bit of a go but could have performed better. Encouraged to see him appear more comfortable in the martial center.

He seems to find his feet. Solid in the back and confident to progress and impact the game more forward.

He didn’t have much to do but did well when asked. I organized the four back all the time.

Well covered for Sessegnon but offered a precious little going forward.

Set the tone early with a swipe challenge to get the ball back for the opening goal.

Spurs kept moving fast in midfield, winning some smart fouls and scoring with a cunning free kick.

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Rough around the edges but a very sexy talent who always looks to stand out. Good help for the first ken.

Lots of energy and inventiveness throughout but just lacks the avant-garde.

I worked hard to make an impact down the left side but to no avail.

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The perfect night as he looks forward to getting back into the hearts of Tottenham fans. He worked hard to make his mark and scored two goals.


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