Brad Friedel - 6.5
A shrewd buy from Harry Redknapp - the 40 year old keeper put in another solid display for a well deserved clean sheet.
Younes Kaboul - 6
The West Brom forwards barely tested the central defender, and boy was there a huge sigh of relief when he returned to the pitch after a clash of heads with Livermore. Spurs can't afford another injury to a key player!
William Gallas (Off 67') - 7
Always the fastest to react to any danger and was ever present to cover for his defenders. It'll be a huge blow for Tottenham to lose him through injury.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto - 6.5
One of the League's most consistent partnership together with Bale down the left. Complimented each other well and took turns to get forward and defend, leaving no holes at the back.
Kyle Walker - 7
Always available wide right and was occasionally found in the opponent's penalty box! Managed to strike a fine balance between running forward and staying back to defend.
Luka Modric - 7.5
His eye for a pass and his tireless runs from midfield makes him such an important player for Tottenham to hold on to.
Sandro (Off 30') - 5.5
Was a little sloppy in the middle of the park and was substituted after appearing to pull a muscle.
Gareth Bale - 7
Given a free role to roam around the pitch. Always sitting between the defender and midfielder, Bale was a handful for the West Brom players to mark.
Rafael van der Vaart - 7
One highlight was a late run into the box in the first half but his shot when narrowly over. He also showed great work ethic as he was not afraid to come back and defend his team's lead as well.
Emmanuel Adebayor - 5.5
Did not have the best of gams as his touch let him down on numerous occasions. He barely had a chance on goal and disappeared after the restart.
Jermain Defoe - 7.5
His new hairdo didn't affect his performance. He scored the match winner from nothing. Tottenham however, did not seem to play too well with him partnering Adebayor though.
Jake Livermore ( On 30', Off 77') - 5
An uninspired substitution who drifted in and out of the game. Was taken off after his teeth felt the full force of Kaboul's head.
Sebastien Bassong (On 67')
Niko Kranjcar (On 77')
Ben Foster - 6
Tottenham did not create many clear-cut goal scoring opportunities aside from that one moment of magic from Defoe which left Foster rooted to the ground.
Craig Dawson - 7.5
Almost single handedly earned a point for West Brom, but it was not meant to be.
Gareth McAuley - 6
He probably only crossed the halfway line once from open play as he was stuck in his own half trying to track the movements of Adebayor and Defoe.
Nicky Shorey - 6.5
The left back kept possession well with his accurate passes and restricted Walker's movement down the right for Tottenham.
Billy Jones - 7
A couple of last ditch tackles in the first half to keep his team in the game but his efforts went down the drain thanks to Mr Defoe.
Paul Scharner - 6
Despite having a few shots on goal, he struggled to organize his midfield which failed to cope with Tottenham at times.
George Thorne (Off 79') - 5
Could not cope with the Tottenham midfield and should have been replaced much earlier.
Graham Dorrans (Off 66') - 6.5
Did his part by making good crosses from set pieces, but there was no one at the end of it to apply the finish.
Jerome Thomas (Off 26') - 5
A booking for a poor tackle was all he was remembered for in the game, and was forced to leave the pitch after picking up an injury.
Simon Cox - 6
The striker who started in a wider position in this match turned out to be an ineffectual tactical move.
Peter Odemwingie - 5
An isolated figure up front who was constantly surrounded by white shirts. He became the 'man who was supposed to be dangerous on the break'.
Gonzalo Jara (On 26') - 5.5
The £1.4m signing had a disappointing game. No shots, no runs and no drive.
James Morrison (On 66') - 6.5
Looked like the liveliest player for West Brom after his introduction. He was the only one who was willing to spread the play instead of the safe, short passes.
Somen Tchoyi (On 79')