Tottenham Hotspur beat Norwich 3-0 at White Hart Lane today - here's how their players rated.
Hugo Lloris 8 - made an outstanding double save to deny Norwich in the second half, and was on his toes whenever the Canaries attacked in an impressive display.
Kyle Walker 6 - steady enough but made a terrible clearance to allow Norwich the chance to test Lloris, only for the Frenchman to produce that superb double save.
Toby Alderweireld 8 - yet again, Alderweireld was fantastic, playing a key part as Tottenham kept yet another clean sheet. With six clearances, the Belgian kept Norwich at bay brilliantly.
Jan Vertonghen 8 - it's clear that Pochettino has assembled the perfect defensive partnership, as both Alderweireld and Vertonghen have been fantastic this season. Today was no different, with Vertonghen providing another sound display.
Ben Davies 7 - kept his place even with Danny Rose back from illness, and kept a second consecutive clean sheet. Doesn't offer as much going forward as Rose, but is sound defensively, which played a big part in Tottenham's clean sheet.
Eric Dier 7 - decent performance from Dier, who offered protection for the back four. Booked for a challenge on Jonny Howson in the second half.
Mousa Dembele 8 - another superb performance from Dembele, who controls the midfield with power and technique. Substituted with just five minutes left after picking up an injury, so Spurs will be hoping that he comes back quickly.
Erik Lamela 8 - the transformation continues. Lamela, previously seen as a workshy winger, is now not only a hard working wide man but is capable of producing moments of magic. Hit a stunning rabona which forced a great save from Declan Rudd, and was dangerous throughout in a great display.
Dele Alli 8 - quiet and humble off the field, Alli has a swagger about his play on the field. He drifts past players, wins the ball back well and isn't afraid to try tricks in the final third. Played Kane in on goal to win the penalty, before picking the perfect pass for the second goal on the counter-attack. Continues to thrive in the Premier League.
Christian Eriksen 6 - another quiet performance from Eriksen, who has struggled to make an impact in many games this season. It's unclear whether he needs a rest or needs to play in the centre of the attacking midfield trio, but Eriksen isn't on top form right now.
Harry Kane 9 - the England international truly is back to his clinical best. Drew the penalty for the opening goal before a trademark finish across the goalkeeper to make it 2-0. With Kane firing on all cylinders, Spurs can certainly challenge for the top four and maybe even the title.
Tom Carroll 7 - came off the bench for the final 20 minutes, and whilst he only touched the ball nine times, he scored an outstanding goal to make it 3-0.
Son Heung-min 5 - touched the ball just five times in a quiet cameo appearance.
Nacer Chadli - wasn't on long enough to make an impact.