Ratings: How Sheffield United's players fared against Tottenham Hotspur

HERE are the ratings for Sheffield United's players in Sunday afternoon's Premier League home game with Tottenham Hotspur at Bramall Lane.
Bramall Lane.Bramall Lane.
Bramall Lane.

Ramsdale: Made a good early tip-over to deny Bergwijn, but was left exposed for Aurier's opener after poor marking. 6

Basham: Not left one-on-one against Son, fortunately and was steady enough. 6

Egan: Let Kane know he was about early on. 6

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Ampadu: A couple of misplaced passes, but made a timely block to prevent Kane from tapping in. Sloppy for Spurs' third. 6

Bogle: At fault for Aurier's goal when he was beaten too easily. But showed character in his response. 6

Lundstram: Not as much as a driving force as he was against Newcastle, but kept going and his attitude and work-rate could not be faulted. Booked 6

Norwood: Dispossessed by Holjberg in build-up to Spurs' second goal and saw his pocket picked a few times in first half. Booked after hauling back Kane. Loose for Spurs' third goal. 4

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Fleck: Tried to make things happen for United and fired a shot straight at Lloris. His lovely cross set up McGoldrick's goal. 6

Stevens: Kept busy against Aurier and Bergwijn down his left and couldn't really get forward. 5

McGoldrick: United's go-to man and scored a brilliant glancing header. Sadly, it ended up just being a consolation. 7

Burke. Threatened with his pace and drive and took the game to Spurs defence. 7

Substitutes: Bryan (Norwood 67), 6; Brewster (Burke 71), 6; Sharp (Basham 74), 6.

Not used: Baldock, Lowe, Jagielka, Foderingham.