Tottenham thumped Leicester City 6-1 at the King Power Stadium in their penultimate game of the season. The visitors put in a fine team display, but how did they perform individually?
Hugo Lloris, 6
His rush of blood and subsequent slip led to the Leicester goal but he was arguably rather unfortunate.
Toby Alderweireld, 7
Took Leicester’s defence out of the game with a pinpoint long ball to create the opener. Comfortable at the back throughout.
Eric Dier, 7
Was tasked with tracking Jamie Vardy’s runs in behind the Spurs defence and dealt with him relatively easily on all but one occasion.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
Brought the ball out from the back with his usual composure and rarely looked threatened by Leicester’s right-sided players.
Moussa Sissoko, 6
Looked bereft of confidence in the early stages but grew into the game and did fine in the second half. Started the attack for Son’s second goal.
Victor Wanyama, 8
Controlled the midfield battle from beginning to end, winning just about every 50/50 and barely putting a foot wrong all night.
Mousa Dembele, 7
Carried the ball forward with his customary grace. Perhaps could have been braver with his passing but it didn’t matter with the creativity elsewhere.
Ben Davies, 7
Riyad Mahrez gave him a bit of trouble in the first half but the Algerian rarely got past him. Looked to get forward throughout and made the sixth goal.
Dele Alli, 8
Didn’t really look like scoring but stepped up creatively in Christian Eriksen’s absence. A stylish display epitomised by his chipped assisted for Son’s first.
Heung-Min Son, 9
Missed a couple of good early chances but soon found his clinical touch, scoring two brilliant goals and playing a part in most things Tottenham did right.
Harry Kane, 10
A performance of the highest quality. Kane scored four excellent goals and now looks certain to retain the Golden Boot.
Vincent Janssen, N/A
Looked sharp in his 15-minute cameo and was unlucky to see a goal chalked off for offside.
Filip Lesniak, N/A
Introduced on 86 minutes, marking his Spurs debut with an assist.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, N/A
The stoppage time arrival barely touched the ball.