UCL 2019-20: Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Red Star Belgrade Player Ratings

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Tottenham Hotspur beat Red Star Belgrade 5-0 to earn their first victory in the Champions League this season. Take a look at the overview with player ratings.

Written By Sujay Chakraborty | Mumbai | Updated On:

Tottenham Hotspur literally blew Red Star out of the park with a trashing 5-0 win in North London where the visitors were second-best in every department. Mauricio Pochettino got the expected reaction from his side after yet another lethargic performance vs Watford on Saturday in the Premier League. This should come as a relief to the manager and the home fans alike.

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UCL: Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

Pochettino did accept the fact that this season, his side weren't performing as he hoped they would, which rightly put his job in danger. But the Argentine was not looking for excuses, rather aiming to fight to get his side back to their best. Tuesday night's performance speaks for itself. Tottenham were looking energetic with each of their attacking moves flowing effortlessly. Their captain Harry Kane netted the first and the fifth goal in a five-star performance. A first-half brace from Heung-Min Son and a lively performance by Erik Lamela all added up on the UCL night. Spurs also kept a well-deserved clean sheet where they managed to keep the Serbian side quiet for the entirety of the game. On the whole, it was a performance that would give confidence to the manager and the squad, which might just be the turning point for Tottenham this season. 

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Tottenham vs Red Star Belgrade: Player Ratings

Tottenham Hotspur

Paulo Gazzaniga: 7.5/10

Serge Aurier: 8/10

Davinson Sanchez: 7/10 

Jan Vertonghen: 6.5/10

Ben Davies: 7.5/10

Tanguy Ndombele: 9/10

Moussa Sissoko: 7.5/10

Erik Lamela: 9/10

Dele Alli: 7/10

Heung-Min Son: 9/10

Harry Kane: 9.5/10


Eric Dier: 6/10

Juan Foyth: 6/10

Giovani Lo Celso: 6.5/10

Red Star Belgrade

Milan Borjan: 5.5/10

Milan Rodic: 4.5/10

Nemanja Milunovic: 5/10

Milos Degenek: 5/10

Marko Gobeljic: 4/10

Milos Vulic: 4.5/10

Jose Canas: 4/10

Rajiv van La Parra: 6/10

Marko Marin: 6.5/10

Mateo Ezequiel Garcia: 7/10

Tomane: 5/10


Njegos Petrovic: 5.5/10

Milan Pavkov: 6/10

Aleksa Vukanovic: NA

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