Tottenham climbed up to fifth in the Premier League following a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace on Boxing Day.
First-half goals from Harry Kane and Lucas Moura put Spurs 2-0 up at the break before Heung Min Son sealed the victory by scoring in his fourth league game on the bounce.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.
Hugo Lloris, 6 – Didn’t have a single save to make.
Davinson Sanchez, 7 – Involved in both of Wilfried Zaha’s yellow card and almost scored a spectacular late goal, but volleyed wide from Reguilon’s cross.
Eric Dier, 7 – Another comfortable afternoon, helped by Wilfried Zaha’s sending off.
Japhet Tanganga, 7 – Stepped into the Ben Davies role and recovered from a shaky start to put in a solid display, although he doesn’t offer as much as the Welshman going forward.
Emerson Royal, 8 – Sent Moura away for the opener before finding his Brazilian teammate with a fine cross for the second. Arguably his finest display in his short Tottenham career.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 7 – Returned to form with a tidy showing before he was taken off.
Oliver Skipp, 8 – Another terrific performance from the midfielder, who seems to be improving with every passing week.
Sergio Reguilon, 7 – Should have claimed a first-half assist, only for Moura to head wide from close-range. Remained a constant threat down the left, however, but some of his end product was questionable.
Lucas Moura, 9 – Continued his excellent form under Conte by setting up Kane and Son, either side of a fine header of his own.
Heung Min, 7 – Saw an early curler saved by Jack Butland and despite a generally quiet afternoon, scored his fourth in four Premier League games from Moura’s cross late on,
Harry Kane, 7 – Was quiet early on, but burst into life when he opened the scoring with a fine finish before he was involved in the second goal when he played in Royal, who picked out Moura.
Steven Bergwijn, 6 – Worked hard, but failed to trouble Butland when given a shooting opportunity soon after his introduction.
Bryan Gil, 6 – First Premier League appearance since October and was heavily involved.
Tanguy Ndombele, N/A – Replaced Hojbjerg in Antonio Conte’s final substitute.