Collectively Tottenham were back to their best in the 3-0 win at Fulham. So how did they perform individually?
Michel Vorm, 7
Nearly gifted Fulham a goal with a sloppy pass, but otherwise impressive despite being rarely tested.
Kieran Trippier, 7
Got forward brilliantly, particularly in the first half. Combined effectively with Christian Eriksen and got some good deliveries in.
Toby Alderweireld, 8
His quality is even more apparent against Championship opposition. Rarely troubled by Fulham’s sporadic attacks.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
A hint of rust was evident when he mishit a volleyed clearance which invited some Fulham pressure. An unfaltering return other than that.
Ben Davies, 6
Got into more advanced positions than usual but his deliveries were poor. More convincing defensively.
Victor Wanyama, 7
Didn’t put a foot wrong playing a role that tends to go unnoticed against lesser sides.
Harry Winks, 8
He gets better and better. Composed, incisive and impactful in equal measure. Played a lovely pass in the build up to the third.
Christian Eriksen, 8
His inability to beat the first man from set pieces was frustrating, but ultimately he made the difference from midfield with two excellent assists.
Dele Alli, 7
Set up the third and did well in general play, but really should have scored at least twice.
Heung-Min Son, 6
The least involved of the attacking players. Looked sharp early on but faded and was barely involved in the second half.
Harry Kane, 9
His clinical finishing allowed Spurs to cruise through to the next round. They were all brilliantly finished — on another day he could have had more.
Moussa Sissoko, N/A
Came on for Kane straight after the third goal. Looked confident and keen to get on the scoresheet.
Mousa Dembele, N/A
Didn’t really get the time to make an impact against his former club.
Josh Onomah, N/A
Played just five minutes plus stoppage time.