Tottenham put in yet another display of the highest quality in their 7-1 thrashing of Hull City in the final game of the season. So how did they perform individually?
Hugo Lloris, 7
Mostly untroubled. Got down well to save a second half Oumar Niasse effort. Could do little about the goal.
Kieran Trippier, 8
A key creative outlet all afternoon. Provided the cutback for Harry Kane’s second goal and the cross for the seventh.
Toby Alderweireld, 8
Had barely anything to do at the back. Capped a comfortable day at the office with a tap-in for the seventh goal.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
Gave the ball away in dangerous area, leading to Hull’s goal. Other than that he was his usual composed self.
Ben Davies, 8
Kept up his impressive form with a dominant display down the left. Scored a cracking goal — his first in the league for Spurs.
Eric Dier, 8
Dictated the tempo from midfield. His pass to set up Trippier in the build-up to the second goal was magnificent. He played a part in the opener, too.
Victor Wanyama, 8
Scored his second goal in three games with his head, emphasising his set-piece credentials once again. A rock in midfield.
Christian Eriksen, 8
Hull couldn’t get near him. Constantly found gaps to exploit and finished the game with two assists.
Dele Alli, 7
Gave the ball away on numerous occasions in the first half but soon found his rhythm and provided a goal and an assist.
Heung-Min Son, 7
Missed a couple of decent chances. His link-up play was on point though, exemplified by his assist for Alli’s goal.
Harry Kane, 10
Finished the season in lethal form. Three more goals took Kane up to 29 for the season and sealed a second successive Golden Boot.
Mousa Dembele, N/A
Enjoyed a relaxed 17-minute cameo as Spurs rubbed salt in the hosts’ wounds.
Moussa Sisoko, N/A
Joined Dembele on 73 minutes. Unlucky not to score with a stinging shot that was palmed out.
Vincent Janssen, N/A
Came on for the last 11 minutes and played his part in a couple of late attacks.