Premier League 2023-24 Match Ratings: West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspurs, Matchday 30

West Ham United would be the happier team as the skipper lead the team well with a stunning header in the first half against Tottenham Hotspur.

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On Tuesday night inside the London stadium featured Tottenham Hotspur take on their rivals from London, West Ham, on Matchday 30. With the goal of defeating their city rivals, both teams had formidable lineups. 

The English Premier League game ended in a dull stalemate, with the two goals during the first half being the only noteworthy moments. Let's examine the player ratings from the match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United.

Ratings for the game: -

West Ham -

Lukas Fabianski - 6

The Polish keeper was tested by the opposition attackers more often than not and could have been partially at fault for the opening goal of the game. Apart from that, it was a decent performance from the goalie. 

Vladimir Coufal - 6

The right-back was under constant pressure for the first sixty minutes of the game from Timo Werner but was able to put in great efforts in reducing the threat from the left flank. 

Konstantinos Mavropanos - 7

The tall defender was key for the West Ham side as he got in some key interceptions for the side in this game and his much-needed game awarenees got his side the point in this game.

Kurt Zouma - 9

The skipper was at the right place as he grabbed home the equaliser for the side and was great defensively as well throughout the game. He also won the Player of the match award for his stunning performance in this game. 

Emerson - 7

A great game for the Italian at left-back and was able to keep the goalscorer quiet for most part of the game. He was contributing as well for the team in the attack by throwing himself forward on most occasions. 

James Ward-Prowse - 6

The England International tried to dominate the midfield but would have hoped for a much better game as he could not contribute anything significant for the side. 

Tomas Soucek - 6

The midfielder was able to dominate the proceedings for a while but was often seen helping out the defence in countering the opposition attacks. 

Jarrad Bowen - 8

Bowen was one of the key attackers for the home side and was able to grab an assist in the first half. He was proving to be dangerous and the Tottenham defence had to stay on high alert for his clever runs.

Lucas Paqueta - 7

The Brazilian playmaker was able to use his tricks and skills in trying to get past the solid Spurs defence. He was unlucky to not get any rewards for his efforts but was lively in the opposition box on most occasions. 

Mohammed Kudus - 6

The Ghanaian attacker had created an amazing chance in the first half but that was unfortunately not put to use. 

Michael Antonio - 6

The striker’s barren run of form in front of the goal continued but was able to hold up the play well and was actively involved in the attacks. 

Tottenham Hotspur: -

Guglielmo Vicario - 6

The goalkeeper was less tested but was maybe at fault for the opening goal as he could have punched the ball out of the six-yard-box. Nevertheless, he was confident between the sticks despite not having to do much.

Pedro Porro: - 7

Yet another amazing game for the Spaniard as he found himself covering the length of the pitch once again. His defensive abilities were matched by his amazing skills in the attacking third as well. 

Cristian Romero: - 6

Even though he was solid in defence, he was often tested by the muscle of Michail Antonio. The centre-back received yet another clumsy yellow card and was on the verge of getting a second as well on a few occasions. 

Micky Van de Ven: - 7

The centre-back was great in form and was often intercepting the ball and stopping the ball from getting into key positions.

Destiny Udogie: - 5

The full-back was often beaten by the skillful Bowen and was not able to dominate and make his presence felt in the game. He provided support in the attack but it was not too much effect for the team. 

Yves Bissouma: - 7

The centre-midfielder was able to transition the ball from defence into attack and was dominating the midfield for the side. He was also putting key balls in the attack and kept the play going for the team. 

Rodrigo Bentancur: - 5

The midfielder was invisible in the first half as he did not have a significant effect and his mistake almost led to the goal at the start of the second half. 

Brennan Johnson: - 7

The winger was at the right place to open the scoring for his side and was finding himself at key positions of the opposition box. Apart from that, he was not able to pose any real danger from the right-hand side. 

James Maddison: - 8

The English midfielder was the key attacking player for the side as he linked the defence to the attack. His decision making in the final third was great and was dictating the midfield with his amazing passing abilities.

Hueng-Min Son: - 6

Even though the veteran was involved in most of the attacks for Spurs, he was not able to do much for the side. He would have hoped for a much better performance as a centre-forward in this game. 

Timo Werner: - 7

He was excellent on the left flank and was able to get an assist by putting a ball into the dangerous area. The winger was able to put the defence on the ropes more often than not. 

Substitutes -

Papa Matar Sarr - 4

Despite playing a good chunk of the second half, the midfielder was not able to generate anything for the side and lost possession as well a couple of times. 

Dejan Kulusevski - 5

The Swedish attacker came on for James Maddison but was not able to create enough chances for the side in the final third of the game. 

Richarlison - 4

The forward was brought on for the final ten minutes of the game but was not able to contribute much and it ended up being a tame substitution. 

Pierre Emile-Hojberg - 5

The midfielder was able to dominate the midfield in the final 15 minutes of the game and was attentive all the tme in his brief stint. 

Gionvani Lo Celso - N/A

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