Tottenham secured a seventh successive Premier League win by beating Bournemouth 4-0 at White Hart Lane. So how did they perform individually?
Hugo Lloris, 7
Palmed out a Bournemouth shot on 73 minutes to ironic cheers from the away fans — it was their first and only shot on target.
Kyle Walker, 7
Almost completely unthreatened down his side. Got forward and linked up successfully with Eriksen, but wasted a couple of good opportunities to cross the ball.
Toby Alderweireld, 8
Barely broke sweat. Composed as ever at the back and played some beautiful diagonals.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
Similarly, Vertonghen had little to do, giving him more time to focus on bringing the ball out from the back.
Ben Davies, 7
Participated in some effective interplay with Dele Alli and Heung-Min Son down the left. Junior Stanislas got the better of him on one occasion, but no harm was done.
Eric Dier, 7
Continues to look far more comfortable in midfield. Dropped into a back three in possession and started a handful of Spurs attacks with his quick distribution.
Mousa Dembele, 8
Completed 98% of his passes (64 of 65), more than any other player in a single Premier League game this season. Opened the scoring with a rare goal and controlled the midfield.
Christian Eriksen, 8
In general play he was a class above most. Constantly created openings and brought others into play. Unlucky not to get on the scoresheet.
Dele Alli, 7
Did very little wrong, but wasn’t given many meaningful opportunities to continue his goalscoring form. Functioned more as a playmaker to aid Harry Kane.
Heung-Min Son, 8
Worked incredibly hard all afternoon and was rewarded with Spurs’ second goal, which he scored from an impossibly tight angle.
Harry Kane, 8
Took his goal brilliantly after initially losing the ball. His link-up play was tremendous throughout, and he would have had a hat-trick on another day.
Victor Wanyama, N/A
Didn’t do a lot in his 15-minute cameo. Great to have him back and fully fit in time for Chelsea next week.
Moussa Sissoko, N/A
Got into a promising position down the right late on but seemed devoid of confidence, opting to pass when the shot was on.
Vincent Janssen, N/A
Got the biggest cheer of the afternoon when he scored his first league goal from open play in stoppage time.