Rose put in another excellent performance on a day when one forward took all the headlines.
After a comfortable 3-0 win when your main striker gets two of the goals and is involved in the other then inevitably the spotlight is going to be on Harry Kane after a result that keeps Tottenham firmly in the title - five points adrift of Leicester City going into April.
But it was another game where Danny Rose has shown just how much he has developed and is among the top full-backs in the league.
While the focus will inevitably be on the goalscoring aspect to Tottenham's display yesterday, Rose impressed again against Bournemouth.
The left-back won more duels than anybody else, had a 100% tackle accuracy and showed that he can be handy going forward with the on attempted assist to his name - along with a scoring attempt.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino must be delighted with the strides that Rose has made during his time at Tottenham and it is of little surprise that he is part of Roy Hodgson's England squad for the forthcoming international games.
If Tottenham do manage to overhaul Leicester and win their first title than 1961, then expect Rose to show some similarly excellent form between now and the end of the campaign.