28/09/2013 11:01 BST | Updated 28/09/2013 11:02 BST

Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea: Player Ratings

Tottenham Hotspur's Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen (C) vies with Chelsea's Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic (L) and Chelsea's Nigerian midfielder John Obi Mikel during the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at White Hart Lane in London on September 28, 2013. AFP PHOTO/ IAN KINGTON - RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. NO USE WITH UNAUTHORIZED AUDIO, VIDEO, DATA, FIXTURE LISTS, CLUB/LEAGUE LOGOS OR LIVE SERVICES. ONLINE IN-MATCH USE LIMITED TO 45 IMAGES, NO VIDEO EMULATION. NO USE IN BETTING, GAMES OR SINGLE CLUB/LEAGUE/PLAYER PUBLICATIONS (Photo credit should read IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Chelsea fought back to draw 1-1 at Tottenham as Fernando Torres was sent off in the second-half.

Here's how the players performed...


Hugo Lloris Made two good and crucial saves as Chelsea threatened. 7

Kyle Walker Still suspect in attack but denied Schürrle well. 6

Michael Dawson Struggled when Chelsea upped the tempo but refused to wilt. 6

Jan Vertonghen Rattled by Torres after the break and struggled with Spaniard's cleverness. 6

Kyle Naughton Doesn't convince at left-back and easily exposed, albeit not often enough for Mourinho's liking. 5

Mousa Dembélé Conceded too many fouls and should have been taken off. 5


Gylfi Sigurdsson Took his goal well and was enterprising until the end. 7

Andros Townsend Blighted bright hour with dive but troubled Cole. 6

Christian Eriksen Faded after half-time but troubled Chelsea no end in first 45. 6

Roberto Soldado Failed to get involved enough. 5



Petr Čech Steady, as he invariably is. 6

Branislav Ivanović Slack and off the pace, he still looks uncomfortable at right-back. 5

John Terry Commanding and dominant despite a hostile crowd. 7

David Luíz On this evidence it's perplexing why Mourinho preferred Gary Cahill in the first place. 7

Ashley Cole Blood twisted by Townsend but recovered in second period. 6

John Obi Mikel Was AWOL for Spurs' goal and dithered when Paulinho could have made it 2-0. 4

Ramires Overawed by Paulinho, he returned the favour after the break. 6

Frank Lampard A dubious selection not vindicated. 5

Eden Hazard Rarely on the ball. 5

Oscar Will have to do more to prove he is Mourinho's preferred number 10. 5

Fernando Torres Forlorn in the first-half, frenetic in the second. Unlucky to be sent off. 6

MAN OF THE MATCH: Juan Mata. The catalyst behind Chelsea's recovery and one of the most wonderful players to watch in the Premier League.