Thought Robles wasn't far off our man of the match. We didn't lose today because of the keeper, we lost be we were completely outplayed for most of the game.
Kane's goal caught everyone off guard, could have done better, but so could of team in closing him down. He was about 1cm away from getting to a powerful dipping shot in the corner.
With regard to throwing it out to Schneiderlin, it's an error of judgement, but with Spurs pressed up, it encourages you to bypass pressing players and it can be valuable in starting attacks. Schneiderlin is showing for it and Williams is nearby even if not paying attention and too busy complaining.
When you get that outplayed, it's difficult to blame any individual too much, as plan and tactics clearly didn't work.