Tottenham vs Brentford player ratings as Tottenham get home win, beating Brentford 2-0 all time

Tottenham vs Brentford Player Rating

Tottenham vs Brentford: Tottenham face Brentford on the pitch of Tottenham Hotspur in the match of round 14 of the Premier League.

Brentford gave Spurs a lead when they scored an own goal in the first half. Son converted the second goal for Spurs, giving them 3 solid points. Spurs hit hard and they made it difficult for Brentford’s defence, which the keeper had to work hard to save. The whole Spurs team took the attack to another level, trying to attack continuously.

Let’s take a look at the players’ ratings for the Tottenham vs Brentford match:

Tottenham vs Brentford Player Rating


Lloris (7/10): Made some good catches and prevented Brentford from hitting the net more often.

Sanchez (October 7): Gives some favorable passes to the midfielders and he also makes some important passes for Dier.

Dier (7/10): Play a nice game to collect some blocks and at the same time, he also makes some good solutions.

Davies (6.7/10): Davies was seen to put some pressure on in attack and his save resulted in an own goal, giving Spurs an early lead.

Aparecido (7/10): He made some good attacks from the right, helped Lucas and provided some good crosses.

Hojbjerg (6.7 / 10): Contribute well to the defense and at the same time cover in the midfield. He also had some good attacks and created some important shots.

Skipp (7/10): He had a good game today compared to the last when he made some important blocking throughout the game.

Reguilon (7.4 / 10): Even so, they made some good runs from defense to attack but were unable to make good crosses. He opened for a pass where he provided an extra assist to convert the 2NS scored.

Lucas (6.8 / 10): There was a good push from the left but could not convert to a goal. He provided every effort to stop the attack.

Son (October 8): He always looks big on attack making it difficult for the keeper from some powerful shots. He made some good contributions in attack that led to the goal that bears his name and he also made some good crosses.

Kane (7.5 / 10): Kane assembled some good attacking links but was unable to convert those shots into goals. He died in the available attack to convert every pass he received Tottenham.

Instead of, replace:

Wink (5.6 / 10): Doesn’t make much of a difference after getting on the pitch.

Tanganga (5.4 / 10): Not much time to do it.

Bergwijn (5.4 / 10): There wasn’t much game time when he entered in the last minutes.


Alvaro Fernandez (6.8 / 10 .)): Made some important saves that prevented the players from scoring more goals.

Pinnock (5.9/10): Had a lousy performance as the wingers could easily get past him.

Jansson (6.3/10): Brentford CB put some good pressure on the defence and made good saves at his best level.

Goode (5.9 / 10 .)): There are some good defenses that prevent the wingers from pushing in. He also made some good saves.

Henry (5,6 / 10): He performed poorly as he tried to drag attacks from the flanks but was easily recovered by the Spurs players.

Janelt (5.9/10): He was lost most of the time and did not contribute properly to the attack.

Norgaard (6.6 / 10): He didn’t get to play much as he failed to convert some of his attacks well in the first half. He definitely shined in 2NS half take control of the game on some level.

Onyeka (5.9/10): He has created some good partnerships in the midfield and has good playstyle. But he was substituted later in the second half.

Canons (5.3 / 10): Had a bad night today. He also ended up heading the ball into his own net, giving up early for Spurs.

Mbeumo (6.1 / 10): Has good attack ability and is the only attacking player that makes it difficult for the Spurs defence.

Toney (6.3 / 10): He doesn’t is seen into much action tonight as expected. He tried a few attacks but lost control more often.

Instead of, replace:

Baptiste (5.8/10): was almost lost after entering and did not manage to change the momentum after entering.

Jensen (5.6 / 10). Trying to pull out a share in the middle of the field but still lose control while running forward.

Wissa (5.7/10): He didn’t make a difference after entering nor was he able to stop the attack.

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Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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