Attacking line-up so that was good. The conceded goals: -First one was just bad, Sanchez failed to clear it far up, Höjbjerg, with the most tackles in the Premier League, didn't bother to tackle to stop the counter and the counter led to an easy chance and a goal. -Second one was also bad. Not many calm heads there.... Not sure what Sanchez and Tanganga were doing. I suppose it might be a good thing that two CBs went for the ball instead of no CBs but it did leave one attacking player wide open. & a few more opportunities were better players would have punished the mistakes by Spurs. The subs: Putting in Son kind of makes sense, his speed and finishing ability should be a threat but don't give him defensive responsibilities he is simply not good at defending. Put him central to occupy the opposing CBs, not wide. Lamela is too reliant on his dominant foot and that makes him hold on to the ball too long. He's been a professional footballer for more than a decade so I am surprised that no coach have demanded that he practice more with his weaker foot. I'd rather have seen Moura stay on and the player to come in instead of Lo Celso to have been Bale. Rodon looks like he is a good defender, Vinicius does well as a central striker allowing Kane to drift wide while the CBs are not sure who to track. Ndombele is class.