Having barely been tested in the opening hour, Ruddy showed his ability after his side took the lead, coming off his line well on two occasions to deny the in-form Emmanuel Adebayor, as well as producing a fine stunning save to keep out Nacer Chadli's powerful effort.
A rock at the back for Norwich, with the Canaries hanging onto their lead, the former Everton man put his body on the line repeatedly to clear repeated Tottenham crosses.
Gifted Adebayor a golden opportunity to bring Tottenham level. Was fortunate that Ruddy came to his rescue. Sloppy at the back at times, he found things harder against his former club after Soldado's introduction.
Solid in defence, Martin kept Chadli quiet for the majority and was always willing to join the attack whenever the opportunity arised.
A really strong performance from the Swede. Attacked well and delivered a number of dangerous deliveries into the box, only to be left frustrated by his team-mates poor positioning.
For a man with such physical presence, Fer was second best in the centre of the field all afternoon. Often outmuscled, the Dutchman also gifted Spurs possession on a number of occasions.
Redmond started the game brightly but floated in and out as it wore on. His pace proved to be a constant threat for Naughton regardless.
One of Norwich's unsung heroes, Tettey did his job well for the Canaries, often breaking up Tottenham attacks before starting his side's own. Always available for the simple pass.
Scored an outstanding goal to give his side the lead. Caused the Tottenham backline endless problems with his much-improved delivery from set-pieces.
Sprayed the ball around well for Norwich, keeping everything ticking over nicely in the centre of the park. It was his immaculate through ball that created the goal.
R. van Wolfswinkel
Another poor performance in front of goal. Ran the lines well and caused Dawson and Vertonghen problems but his finishing once again let him down.
Lloris came off his line well to gather a number of crosses. Could do nothing about Snodgrass' goal. Strong performance despite rarely being tested.
Struggled to cope with Redmond's pace on a number of occasions, but held his ground at times when the winger failed to release the ball.
Picked up a silly booking midway through the second half. Failed to close down Snodgrass for the goal. Will have enjoyed better afternoons.
Struggled to cope with Snodgrass' movement and failed to prevent the Scot from delivering a number of dangerous crosses into the box.
Booked late on for a foul on Hooper. Not his best performance at the heart of defence, where even an ineffective Van Wolfswinkel caused him trouble.
A quiet performance from Bentaleb in the centre of the park, struggled to get the better of Tettey and Johnson. All part of the learning-curve for the youngster.
Went off injured after just 15 minutes. Replaced by Nacer Chadli.
Booked in the first half for dissent. Started the match brightly outwide but failed to readjust when pushed back into centre-midfield.
Poor in possession, the Brazilian failed to offer anything of note for Spurs and was withdrawn in favour of Soldado as Tottenham chased an equaliser.
One of Tottenham's better performers, Lennon saw little of the ball but when involved he never failed to cause Norwich problems. Ran at Olsson and delivered a number of good balls into the box.
Started slowly and only really got into the match after Spurs fell behind. A poor touch prevented him from notching an equaliser, while he also missed a number of further good opportunities.