Made several solid saves, and was quick off his line to command his area. Almost gifted Soldado a first-half goal.
A solid performance from the left-back, who kept Townsend relatively quiet, forcing the England winger into plenty of shots from range.
Helped to keep Soldado quiet, and was also a target in the opposition penalty area.
Spurned a great chance in the dying stages of the game, but put in an energetic performance, keeping Chadli very quiet.
A constant threat in Spurs' penalty area, as well as putting his body on the line to make two important blocks.
Caused plenty of problems in the second half, but lacked a killer touch, taking too long to make his decisions.
His shooting from range was poor, but the midfielder's set piece deliveries were testing for the visitors.
The best player on the field by a long way, as the Ukraine international netting the game's only goal from the penalty spot, as well as ghosting past Spurs defenders with unbelievable regularity.
Did well as part of the screen in front of the Dnipro defence, making things tight in the centre of the park and suffocating the channels for Paulinho and Soldado.
Dawson and Vertonghen couldn't deal with the pace and intensity of the Brazilian, who raced through on goal, winning Dnipro's penalty after being fouled by Vertonghen.
Rightly booked for attempting a dive in the penalty area, but caused plenty of problems in behind. Stuck the post with a late header.
Made several important saves to deny the likes of Matheus, and prevented Spurs from conceding heavily.
Made a great block to deny Zozulya in the final few minutes, but was at fault for plenty of Dnipro half chances. Not a convincing showing.
Did well in the first half, but couldn't deal with Konoplyanka in the second half, with the 24-year-old embarrassing the Englishman on several occasions.
Went missing defensively in the first half, as his positioning allowed for plenty of runners to get in behind. Fought in the second half, putting himself about more.
Tugged down Matheus for the Dnipro penalty, and he couldn't handle the intensity and pace that the hosts' front line had to offer.
Midfield was bypassed throughout, with the Frenchman struggling at times due to his lack of pace.
A subdued game from the youngster, as the midfield third was often bypassed by the quick transitions. The end-to-end style didn't suit him.
Spurned one good chance, passing up a good chance in the first half, but was otherwise very quiet.
A physical, battling performance from the Brazilian, who held his own in midfield and linked up well with Soldado throughout.
Spurs' brightest player for long periods, with his willingness to run at Strinic, as well as to cut inside and test Boyko.
Missed one of the best chances of the game, turning a Paulinho cross over an open goal from eight yards out. Looked good in flashes, but should have scored.