Solid handling and could do nothing about Chadli's excellent finishes. Very good save to deny Kane in the dying moments.
Put Benfica ahead with a thumping header in the 34th minute and solid throughout against Soldado.
Coped comfortably with the threat of Lennon's pace and was tidy on the ball.
Defended well up against Townsend and showed some good link-up play with Salvio going forward.
Booked for an early foul on Soldado and made a clumsy challenge on Kane late on.
A tidy display in central midfield as he kept the hosts ticking with good positioning and simple passing.
Some real moments of quality, not least when he waltzed past Lennon and stood up the cross for Garay to head home the opener.
Did a decent job sitting in front of the Benfica back four. Denied Chadli too much space in between the lines.
On the periphery for much of the game but looked dangerous when he was given time and space to use his trickery and technique.
A lively display from the Serbian as he drifted in from the right and looked to link up Benfica's play. Could have played some more dangerous final balls.
The Paraguayan had a quiet game despite coming up against two out-of-position defenders. Provided a focal point for crosses.
Solid enough when relied upon despite some unconvincing moments dealing with high balls.
Some poor attempts to stop Salvio in full flight but offered decent width when Spurs had the ball.
Pretty solid defensive display at right-back but offered little in attack.
Out of position at centre-back but did a good job against the Benfica attack, showing good anticipation and reading of the game.
Played just off Soldado and got Tottenham back in the tie with two goals in as many second-half minutes, both very well taken.
Tottenham's captain for the night but hardly inspirational as he allowed Salvio to run past him in the build-up to the Benfica goal. Never really used his pace to run at opponents.
Tottenham's best player on the night. Impressive range of passing and always calm under pressure.
Some lively running but his final ball was often poor in both its decision-making and execution. Fired into the side netting in the second-half.
Dropped back to centre-back but did a fine job for the visitors with his physical strength, good reading of the game and well-timed tackling. Conceded the penalty in the final seconds.
The Icelandic midfielder worked hard in central midfield but rarely looked like unlocking the Benfica defence. Poor set-piece deliveries.
The £26m striker missed a glorious chance to put Spurs ahead in the first-half, firing into the ground and over the crossbar. Anonymous thereafter before being replaced by Kane with 20 minutes to play.