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Tottenham suffered a second successive Premier League defeat on Saturday and while a loss to Liverpool on paper isn’t a result that should raise huge alarm, it’s the performance that will have given Mauricio Pochettino the biggest cause for concern.

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Spurs just weren’t at the races and looked a shadow of the side that has been so formidable over the last few seasons. After the match, we asked Spurs fans to issue player ratings for each of those involved in the 2-1 loss at Wembley. Here’s a rundown of the three players who received the lowest average scores

Christian Eriksen – 4.4: The Danish playmaker hasn’t been at his best this season and Saturday saw another underwhelming performance. Although he grabbed an assist and made the most chances of any Spurs player, three, the 26-year-old failed to really make his mark on the game despite the home side finishing up with more than 60% possession. Tottenham fans seem to be losing patience with a player whose contract situation is starting to linger over him.

Michel Vorm – 4.1: The stand-in could have done better with both goals, especially the first, and Vorm’s performances have highlighted how important Hugo Lloris truly is to this team. Spurs were incredibly shaky at the back without him and although he can’t be blamed for the amount of times defenders squandered possession to Liverpool in dangerous areas, perhaps the Dutchman sets a nervousness throughout what has otherwise been a near-impervious Tottenham back line.

Eric Dier – 3.9: There were outcries when Mauricio Pochettino dropped Dier against Watford but his performance on Saturday hardly justified them. The England man almost gifted Liverpool a goal when he inadvertently passed the ball to Mohamed Salah and far from providing reassurance in midfield, he only added to the anxiety of Tottenham’s performance. In fairness, it wasn’t a great ninety minutes for anybody but Dier’s display particularly irked the wrath of Spurs fans.

View the results in full below…