Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur: Player ratings
Player ratings for both Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur following their Capital One Cup fourth round clash.
• Norwich City
9 Mark Bunn: What a night for the stand-in. Assured all game and brilliant penalty save.
7 Steven Whittaker: Tough task shackling Gareth Bale but composed debut.
7 Michael Turner: Continues to grow in confidence and stature.
- 1 Norfolk pub gets booked up every Sunday for its roast dinner platters
- 2 Custom-built six-bedroom home with indoor slide on the market for £900,000
- 3 Staff and customers gutted after fire badly damages popular takeaway
- 4 Is this Norfolk's quirkiest cafe?
- 5 Investigations continue after stabbing in town park
- 6 'Covid has killed us' - 65-year-old Norwich venue The Talk to close
- 7 18 sights you will remember from Norfolk in the 1980s
- 8 Norfolk recruiting police officers - but not those with 'offensive' tattoos
- 9 Pressure waves of Hunga Tonga volcanic eruption felt across East Anglia
- 10 'The time has come' - Landlord of seaside pub retires after 50 years at helm
7 Ryan Bennett: Looked assured alongside his senior partner. Kept Clint Dempsey quiet.
6 Marc Tierney: Difficult night but hard done by on the penalty award.
6 David Fox: One or two composed flashes but done by Bale for Spurs' goal.
7 Jonny Howson: Led by example. Triggered the late onslaught with a stinging drive.
7 Robert Snodgrass: Always looked the main danger on set pieces. So it proved for the winner.
6 Jacob Butterfield: Struggled to make an impression with Spurs in control for large spells.
6 Andrew Surman: Looked in the mood to impress. Tough at times with Spurs strong on the flanks.
7 Steve Morison: Worried Spurs backline all evening. Handful when in this form.
Subs: Simeon Jackson (for Butterfield) 7, Alex Tettey (for Fox) 7, Grant Holt (for Surman) 7
• Tottenham Hotspur
6 Hugo Lloris: At fault for Jackson's winner by parrying Holt's header into his path.
7 Kyle Walker: Looks ever more likely to nail down an England place.
6 Steven Caulker: Excellent block to deny Surman in second half.
7 Michael Dawson: Most impressive defender on the pitch.
7 Kyle Naughton: As dependable as he showed during his City loan spell.
7 Tom Carroll: Jack Wilshere like in possession of the ball.
6 Jake Livermore: Decent first half and linked well with Bale.
7 Yago Falque: Lively all evening - a threat on either flank.
5 Gylfi Sigurdsson: Disappointing display from the former Swansea man.
8 Gareth Bale: A class apart - capped fine display with excellent finish.
5 Clint Dempsey: An evening to forget for the USA international after penalty miss.
Subs: Vertonghen (for Carroll) 5, Huddlestone (for Livermore) 6, Defoe (for Walker) 5