Kane and Porro dominate: Tottenham player ratings in 4-1 win at Leeds

Kane and Porro dominate: Tottenham player ratings in 4-1 win at Leeds

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Tottenham finished the campaign in style with a 4-1 win at Elland Road over Leeds United, winning their first away match since late January. 

Harry Kane dominated proceedings, ensuring Tottenham ends the season on a high note. Pedro Porro enjoyed his best outing since joining Spurs.

Unfortunately the victory wasn’t enough for Tottenham to qualify for Europe next season, as Aston Villa snatched the Conference League berth with a 2-1 home win over Brighton.

Here are the player ratings from Tottenham’s 4-1 victory over Leeds, who will take part in the Championship after being relegated from the top flight.


Fraser Forster 7/10

Fraser Forster didn’t have an awful lot to do, making one solid save, while allowing one he had little chance on. He was sure-footed when needed and looked in control.

Clement Lenglet 7.5/10

With a solid aerial outing, Clement Lenglet made sure Leeds wasn’t able to claw their way back. He kept things simple and had an unassuming, yet effective outing.

Davinson Sanchez 7/10

The Colombian was dominant in the air but struggled on the ground. It’s a tale as old as the Colombian’s tenure at Tottenham. Sanchez has endured a nightmare campaign but will be pleased with his solid effort at Leeds.

Ben Davies 6/10

Like most Tottenham players, Ben Davies endured an average, even sub-par campaign. He was average again on the last day of the season. While he wasn’t fully culpable for Leeds’ opening goal, Davies should have done better on his attempted block.

Emerson Royal 7/10

Emerson looked confident in possession and didn’t commit any costly mistakes. He was pretty active defensively, making several clearances and strong tackles. He finished the campaign with a solid performance that he can build on going forward.

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