West Ham player ratings vs Tottenham: Angelo Ogbonna caught out in big let off for Declan Rice

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West Ham remain in the Premier League’s bottom three following defeat at London rivals Tottenham on Sunday.

After a turgid first-half, Emerson Royal and Heung-min Son scored the goal to send Spurs into the top four.

Here’s how David Moyes’ side rated at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium...

Lukasz Fabiański 6

Blocked smartly from Richarlison and good off his line a couple of times. No chance with either goal.

Thilo Kehrer 5

Couldn’t keep up with Son’s run for clincher.

Angelo Ogbonna 4

Caught out of position for Spurs opener, then lost out to Kane for second.

Nayef Aguerd 5

Availability a big boost after injury scare. Slopiness went unpunished by Kulusevski at start of second-half.

Vladimir Coufal 5

Industrious battle with Ben Davies but failed to match the wing-back’s run as he set up Emerson.

Declan Rice 6

Big let off when losing the ball in lead up to Kane chance.

Let off: Declan Rice struggled against Tottenham (Getty Images)
Let off: Declan Rice struggled against Tottenham (Getty Images)

Tomas Soucek 7

Won ball back high up the pitch on several occasions in another strong showing after Chelsea display a week ago.

Flynn Downes 5

Brought in to bolster midfield and worked hard but limited going the other way.

Jarrod Bowen 7

Played off the left and went close inside first minute on the volley, then again soon after Emerson goal.

Michail Antonio 6

Isolated for much of the first-half, but did his best to hold up play. Flick created Bowen chance. Booked.


Said Benrahma (Downes 72’) 5

Sent on at 1-0 but second went in before he had touched the ball.

Danny Ings (Antonio 72’) 5

Like Benrahma, saw rescue mission brief change before he had a kick.

Ben Johnson (Ogbonna 81’)

Pablo Fornals (Emerson 82’)

Unused: Areola, Cresswell, Casey, Lanzini, Scamacca