Tottenham played well for the first half an hour of this game and really should have put the game to bed.

Dele Alli and Lucas Moura both had good chances but Bournemouth’s young keeper Mark Travers was equal to them.

The wheels seemed to come to off for a relatively strong Spurs side as soon as Heung-Min Son saw red right before the break. Juan Foyth was introduced a half time substitute as Mauricio Pochettino looked to change the shape of his side following Son’s sending off.

However just two minutes into the second half, Foyth was also shown a straight red card for a dangerous lunge on Jack Simpson.

Bournemouth continued to push throughout the second half and it only took one lapse in concentration from the make shift Spurs back line for Nathan Ake to capitalise in the closing minutes. 

A win today would have solidified Champions League football for next season and Spurs’ European fate now all comes down to the last day of the season.

Recent success in the Champions League has masked their poor form in the league of late and Pochettino’s players will have to dig deep to find what ever energy they have left to finish the season strong.

Here’s how we rated the Spurs players’ performances today: