Another solid display. Made a couple of very handy saves to deny Larsson and Richardson, and commanded his area well.
Always looked dangerous going forward, but allowed Richardson to escape his attentions defensively several times.
Initially assured alongside King, he was slightly more troubled when Bendtner came on after the interval.
Generally defended well and seemed to relish his increased attacking duties in the absence of Bale.
Calmness personified in possession, but his lack of mobility was exposed on a number of occasions without Kaboul next to him.
Looked Spurs' most dangerous player until his unfortunate withdrawal with a hamstring injury less than half an hour in.
Used the ball as sensibly as ever and also provided a number of more positive, dangerous passes.
Didn't exert the same level of influence from the left flank, but still managed to look one of the more accomplished players on the pitch.
A bundle of energy and dynamism in the midfield, but his lack of composure let him down in attacking positions.
R. van der Vaart
Shimmered rather than sparkled, but his pass to set up Pavlyuchenko's opener was delightful.
Buzzed around dangerously in the final third, but failed to make the decisive breakthrough.
Not tested as often as he should have been, but still showcased agility and bravery in defending his goal. Powerless to stop Pavlyuchenko's strike.
Looked overwhelmed by the dual threat of Lennon and Walker early on, and caught badly out of position for Pavlyuchenko's winner. Hauled off with half an hour left.
His confidence initially looked fragile after a number of recent costly gaffes, but this was a much-improved display.
His attacking runs were consistently dangerous and he was unlucky not to open the scoring when Larsson's low cross failed to reach him.
His positional ability was rarely tested, but dealt with Spurs' aerial bombardment from the flanks fairly comfortably.
Modric's tendency to drift infield meant his main opponent was Assou-Ekotto. It was a battle he slowly got the better of as the match wore on.
Denied the service to truly influence proceedings, but several neat passes highlighted his talent.
Fared little better than midfield partner Colback, but did manage to test Friedel with a shot from distance.
Out-passed and out-manoeuvred by the Spurs midfield with worrying regularity.
The attentions of Assou-Ekotto meant his contribution from open play was severely limited and, as usual, his best moments came from set-pieces.
Struggled to hold the ball up for his team against Gallas and King, and was replaced by Bendtner at the interval.
- 23 C. Cudicini
- 19 S. Bassong
Brought on in the dying moments with no time to make an impact.
Came on to shore up the Spurs midfield, and did just that.
- 40 S. Pienaar
- 21 N. Kranjčar
Lennon's early injury afforded him plenty of time to make an impression, and he took his chance with a clinical goal.
- 24 T. Carson
- 6 L. Cattermole
Came on with 15 minutes left, but couldn't get his side back into the game.
Brought on with half an hour left as his side searched for an equaliser, but failed to make any real impact.
- 27 Ahmed El Mohamady
Fulfilled the role of target man better than Wickham, but still failed to live up to expectations.
- 17 Dong-Won Ji