The ratings are in: Clarets need to take a long, hard look at themselves after suffering heaviest defeat of the season

Burnley succumbed to their heaviest Premier League defeat in nearly 14 months as Jose Mourinho's Spurs put five past them.

Saturday, 7th December 2019, 5:51 pm
Updated Saturday, 7th December 2019, 5:53 pm
Burnley boss Sean Dyche at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The visitors, who were forced in to making three changes due to injuries, were 2-0 down inside eight minutes and crumbled at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Sean Dyche's side have now conceded 11 goals in their last three fixtures. Here's how Dan Black scored the performances.

Made a smart save with his leg to deny Son in the first half, but was beaten in the air by Alli as Moura netted seconds later. Couldn't get close to Kane's pile-driver and was left exposed for the home side's third.

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Gave the ball away cheaply in the build up to Spurs' opener and was caught out of possession as the hosts doubled their lead. Couldn't get anywhere near Son all afternoon.
Weak in the challenge as Son travelled the length of the pitch to make it 3-0. Struggled in terms of positional awareness as Spurs stretched the play and Aurier picked up space in behind far too easily.
Made a superb intervention to deny Alli when the England international raced through on goal, but didn't get tight enough to Kane when the striker thumped the ball in to the roof of the net for Spurs' fourth.
Stood off Kane when inviting the Spurs man to fizz in the home side's opener and suffered an unfortunate ricochet in the lead up to Moura's finish. Caught the wrong side of Sissoko as the midfielder made it 5-0.
One of the only players to come out with any credit from the defeat. Caused Aurier issues as soon as he switched flanks with Brady, which forced the full back to stick, and his deliveries deserved better end product.
Ineffective on the left and was soon ushered across to the opposite side. Went close as his header dropped down off the bar, but his distribution was poor, he was timid out of possession and was eventually replaced by Lennon.
The central midfielder was anonymous in his role alongside Cork. Failed to effect the game going forward and was meek and mild in the 50/50s. Went in halfheartedly as Son raced through to score.
Failed to get to grips with the game as, once again, he was overrun in midfield. Burnley's central pairing struggled to keep their heads above water as Spurs came with wave after wave of attacks.
Easily the away side's best player at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Put himself about in an attempt to win possession for the Clarets, fought valiantly and dropped in to make the ball stick. Should have scored with a first half header.
The Kiwi striker couldn't make the ball stick in the final third and was bullied off the ball too easily. Should have got on the scoresheet in the first half as Sanchez blocked his header on the line.
Barely touched the ball after replacing Wood in the 65th minute. Made attempts to play off the shoulder, but was left frustrated with the service of his team-mates.
Was greeted by a rapturous applause on his introduction against his former club, but couldn't make an impact having replaced Brady in the 71st minute. Showed some neat touches, but in non-threatening areas.