Tottenham Hotspur went down 2-0 to West Ham United with a red card shown to Younes Kaboul the turning point. Read player ratings here:
Hugo Lloris – 8/10
BT Sport pundit David James may have suggested that Hugo Lloris could have done better with West Ham’s first goal, but Carroll’s header was deflected by Harry Kane into the Spurs goal, and it was extremely harsh.
Lloris kept Tottenham in the game with a string of impressive saves, and looked disillusioned at the final whistle.
Kyle Naughton – 6/10
Kyle Naughton did reasonably well when facing either Stuart Downing or Mohamed Diame at right back, with no Spurs player making more tackles than the 25 year-old.
Michael Dawson – 5/10
Michael Dawson is strong in the air, but even he struggles when facing Andy Carroll, and that – combined with his lack of mobility – meant he had a poor afternoon.
Younes Kaboul – 3/10
Younes Kaboul made an utterly brainless decision to make a challenge on Stewart Downing when he had no chance of winning the ball, and was deservedly sent off.
He has now received more red cards than any Tottenham player in the Premier League era, with four.