After the final whistle at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon, we asked you for your Newcastle v Tottenham player ratings.
Supporters rated all 14 players (with the exception of late sub Aleksandar Mitrovic which the automated stats system failed to pick up – apologies) used and from that there is generated the overall supporter marks for every player.
Your man of the match (fan ratings as at 2pm on Monday afternoon – see below) had Rob Elliot in top spot, with a rating of 8.5 out of 10.
He was way ahead of the other 10 players who started the game, with Chancel Mbemba next highest on 7.7.
Substitute Ayoze Perez (8.3) though came close, despite just half an hour on the pitch, whilst safe to assume Aleksandar Mitrovic would have also featured high up.
As for the other end of the spectrum, Papiss Cisse was savagely marked down as the weakest player with 5.3, he wasn’t great but only had scraps to feed on and was unlucky with his one clear chance that just went past the post. A particularly low mark when Siem de Jong was surely at least as bad/anonymous, yet he got a higher score of 6.1.
A bit like Papiss Cisse, Moussa Sissoko (6.8) is surely paying the price for previous non-shows, as certainly his last 25/30 minutes should have seen him figure higher up.
All of the back five, apart from Paul Dummett, scored 7.0 or better, which shows just how much pressure United had to withstand before the substitutes arrived.
Whilst Vurnon Anita (7.3) scored easily the highest of the midfield players, though earlier we reported on how somehow Gini Wijnaldum had made the Garth Crooks Premier League team of the week.
If you haven’t already put in your Newcastle v Tottenham player ratings, go HERE and you can still input your own marks out of 10 for each player, then check back later to see whether the overall interactive ratings have changed for the team as more fans vote.