Tottenham secured their place in the last 16 of the Europa League after beating Wolfsberger 4-0 on the night and 8-1 on aggerate.
Dele Alli broke the deadlock with an acrobatic effort before Carlos Vinicius struck either side of an excellent Gareth Bale strike.
Here’s how we rated the players on the day:
Joe Hart, 6 – As expected, a quiet night for the former Manchester City goalkeeper.
Matt Doherty, 6 – Provided a decent outlet down the right and assisted Alli’s goal, but his crossing remains questionable.
Eric Dier, 6 – Besides one hairy second-half moment when the Austrian’s got in behind, he was rarely troubled.
Toby Alderweireld, 6 – Cruised through.
Ben Davies, 6 – Typically assured performance on his 50th European appearance.
Harry Winks, 7 – A few wayward finishes aside, he kept it tidy and did what was required.
Moussa Sissoko, 6 – Worked hard and was his usual energetic self in the middle of the park.
Erik Lamela, 7 – Involved in the majority of Tottenham’s best moments and had it not been for some poor finishing, he would have claimed at least one assist.
Dele Alli, 9 – Gave Mourinho a little reminder of his quality by scoring a wonderful opener before setting up Vinicius with an inch-perfect cross. Missed a good chance to score again midway through the second-half, but then teed up Bale for his second assist of the night.
Steven Bergwijn, 6 – Looked dangerous, but his end-product simply isn’t good enough and badly needs a goal.
Carlos Vinicius, 8 – Had one cleared off the line it what was a quiet first-half, but woke up after the break to double Tottenham’s lead with a well-placed header before adding his second with a lethal late finish.
Gareth Bale, 7 – Replaced Lamela midway through the second-half and took less than five minutes to lash home his second goal of the tie with a stunning curling finish.
Lucas Moura, 6 – Plenty of running.
Marcel Lavinier, 6 – The latest youngster to be handed his Tottenham debut when he replaced Doherty right-back.
Dane Scarlett, 7 – Made his second appearance of the season and his hard work created Vinicius’ second.
Nile John, 6 – Solid debut in midfield from the youngster.