Hugo Lloris - 6.5/10
One shaky moment with his feet but the Frenchman wasn't really troubled apart from that and the first goal.
Danny Rose - 6.5/10
The Tottenham left-back was poor for Bournemouth's goal but, as usual, did well going forward. Delivered a fluky cross to set up Mousa Dembele’s goal but it did the job.
Toby Alderweireld - 7.5/10
The centre-back was particularly good getting forward and in the air.
Jan Vertonghen - 6.5/10
Not the Belgian's most eventful day, with Bournemouth hardly threatening.
Kyle Walker - 6.5/10
An average showing from the right-back, although he got forward reasonably well.
Eric Dier - 7/10
No problems from one of Tottenham's most consistent players. Helped out both defensively and in attack.
Dele Alli - 6.5/10
Quieter than usual but did his job and got involved in the build-up play, of which there was plenty for the north London side.
Christian Eriksen - 9/10
Mousa Dembele - 7/10
Didn't set the world on fire against a poor Bournemouth side but did do well and netted before the break, too.
Erik Lamela - 7.5/10
Another one to be helped out by some terrible defending but the Argentine did well on the ball and also netted for Tottenham.
Harry Kane - 9/10
Many will feel Kane was handed his goals on a plate by the Bournemouth shot stopper but he was constantly putting pressure on the Cherries defence for his hat-trick - and this game should be a huge confidence booster for him.
Artur Boruc - 10/10
As a Spurs player, the Bournemouth goalkeeper was superb... At fault for most of the goals, it was like the visitors had a 12th man...
Ryan Mason and Kieran Trippier came on (Mason a lot earlier) in the second half with the game already won and enjoyed a few minutes of solid football each. Clinton Njie was also introduced late on.