Today we travelled to West Bromwich Albion. Fighting to stay up, they needed the 3 points as much as ourselves. There was a lot of discussion on twitter about who would start today's game considering we had just beaten bottom of the table Sunderland, 5-1. The boys needed the win to keep up with the Champions League ambitions. 2pm came and the team was released. Tim had decided he wouldn't change the starting eleven at all. Harry Kane had earned his second start in as many matches. There was no excuses now. We had won with the same starting 11 before so why couldn’t we do it again? After the minute's remembrance for the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, the game kicked off. The game plan was completely brushed aside within the first minute. Lloris parried away a cross only for Matej Vydra to pounce and volley in. it went from bad to worse within 3 minutes. A cross caused chaos in the box and was then volleyed in brilliantly from Chris Brunt. A few minutes later, Danny Rose was upended by Morgan Amalfitano and we were awarded a penalty, only for Adebayor to pass into Foster's grateful arms. The consequence of this was Albion scoring a third as Stephane Sessegnon calmly slotted past Hugo after a defensive error. There was some hope towards the end of the first half. Naughton's cross was diverted in by Olsson. Game on. After some heavy dominance all during the second half, we were awarded as another cross from Aaron Lennon found its way to Harry Kane who headed in for his second goal in two games. We were clutching at straws for the last quarter and after some lovely play, Christian Eriksen fired a beauty into the roof of the net to level things up. There was literally minutes to spare and we had done it. Player Ratings Hugo Lloris – 6 – Hugo had no fault in the first 2 goals but could have done a bit better with the third. Also made an outstanding point blank save. Kyle Naughton – 6 – Kyle was a little bullied in defence today but did attack well, often giving the ball to Lennon to cross. Did grab an assist himself when his cross deflected in. Vlad Chiriches – 4 – Vlad was substituted rightly at half-time. Partly to blame for the third goal and was careless in defending, often giving the ball away. Not good enough. Younes Kaboul – 6 – The skipper gave lots of effort and was always trying to attack with the ball. Made a great last ditch tackle on Berahino late on which could have changed the state of the game. Danny Rose – 4 – Danny was poor today. Was always stranded on the left, missed an open goal and had a chance late on to score which he ballooned over. Paulinho – 6- Paulinho was average today. He and his midfield partner were spraying the balls around today to the wing which I liked. I believe the pace of the game was a bit too much for him to handle. Nacer Chadli – 6 – Nacer looks good in his new role and like Paulinho, he was spreading the play with some good passes. Fairly average today. Aaron Lennon – 7 – Lennon assisted a goal today with a tricky cross. His speed was not used a lot today which disappointed me. Had a good shot with his weak foot which was well saved. Christian Eriksen – 8 – Christian is in top form and he didn't fail to impress today. Scored the goal which drew us level and he put in a huge amount of effort which was shown throughout the game. Emmanuel Adebayor – 4 – Ade was very quiet today. He missed a penalty today which was poorly taken. He looked a different man to the one who scored twice on Monday. Harry Kane – 6 – Although Harry scored a good header today, he often gave the ball to the opposition which annoyed me. SUBSITUTIONS Zeki Fryers – 6 - Zeki didn't have too much to do today as the ball was mostly in the opposite half due to our 68% possesion. Gylfi Sigurdsson – 5 – Like Zeki, the Icelandic come on and didn't really play a part in the match. When he came on, he went into the holding midfielder role and whenever he received the ball, he passed to the wings. Andros Townsend – 6 – I still don't know why Andros doesn't start more games at the club. He came on and hugged the wing. He used his pace and skill to keep the attack going and had some involvement in the 3rd goal. It was a disappointing performance in the first half for Tottenham but completely overshadowed by the comeback in the second. They needed the three points but I believe that was the perfect result based on the two teams and their performance.