Tottenham beat Hull City 2-0 on Saturday - here are five things we learned from the game.
After a spell out of the side upon Kyle Walker's return, Fazio is back alongside Jan Vertonghen at centre half - but it isn't going well. The Argentine has been slow and ponderous recently, whilst against Hull his distribution and decision making was poor, whilst his marking also left a lot to be desired. The former Sevilla man is becoming an issue for Mauricio Pochettino, and Spurs must bring in at least one centre back this summer - possibly at Fazio's expense.
Lamela - hope for net season?
Whilst one Argentine was disappointing in Fazio, another was impressive in Lamela. The ex-Roma star has been largely underwhelming since his move almost two years ago, but he showed what he can do against Hull. Not only did he supply Nacer Chadli for the opening goal with a superb through ball, but also worked hard defensively and gave Spurs fans promise that he can make an impact next season.
With all the hype around Hugo Lloris, Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane this season, the exploits of Chadli appear to have flown under the radar. The Belgian scored again on Saturday, making it 13 goals in all competitions this season as he enjoys a productive campaign. Chadli may not be a Premier League star, but he's been a valuable contributor for Pochettino this season - and Spurs fans will hope that continues next season.
Problem with Eriksen?
Chadli and Lamela were Tottenham's driving force in the final third, but that was largely because of another disappointing display from Eriksen. The Dane regularly lost possession when Spurs were attacking, and his recent form has been something of a problem. With just one goal and one assist in his last 17 appearances for Spurs, Eriksen's form has certainly nosedived since the end of January, and whilst a rest over the summer may help, Pochettino will want to get to the bottom of his recent wobble.
A solid, if unspectacular season
The 2-0 win over Hull was Tottenham's final home game of the season, virtually bringing the curtain down on Pochettino's debut campaign in charge at White Hart Lane. Some fans may be disappointed not to have landed a top four finish, but Pochettino has overseen the development of Danny Rose, Nabil Bentaleb, Ryan Mason and Harry Kane this season, and fans should have gone home happy yesterday, with belief that better is still to come next term.