Tottenham Hotspur would have felt disappointed to only come away from Southampton with a 1-1 draw after the hosts were reduced to 10 men in the first half.
Mohammed Salisu was sent off for two bookable offences after James Ward-Prowse had given the Saints the lead, before Harry Kane dispatched his penalty to bring the scores level before half-time.
Antonio Conte’s team probed in the second half, but they did not do enough to take all three points, as The Transfer Tavern use statistical experts SofaScore to analyse who the three worst performers (to have played at least 45 minutes) for the visitors were on the day…
Alli was given a 6.6 overall rating by SofaScore, and so was ranked as Spurs’ third-worst player on Tuesday afternoon.
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The Englishman lost out on six of his duels in total, and failed to record a single shot on goal or successful dribble throughout the entire match.
His 71% pass accuracy was the second-lowest out of his teammates, while the midfielder only managed a mere 42 touches of the ball, giving it away on no fewer than 12 separate occasions.
Although some statistics are different for goalkeepers, Lloris was given a 6.5 rating by SofaScore.
The captain managed just one save from Southampton’s nine shots at goal, while his 23 touches were the lowest out of any Lilywhite to have played the whole game.
Lloris also lost possession three times, and made no key passes.
Perhaps harshly given that he only played one half, Reguilon was only given a 6.4 rating from SofaScore.
Of course, part of the reason he was withdrawn early was that the left wing-back was one of two THFC players to find themselves cautioned, while he lost two duels, and made no successful dribbles, interceptions, tackles, key passes or accurate crosses.
Reguilon managed just 31 touches in the first half, while he also lost the ball 11 times in total.
All in all, the trio surrendered possession 26 times from just 96 combined touches, turning the ball over on 27 per cent of the occasions they had the ball.
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