Tottenham Hotspur beat Manchester United 3-0 on Sunday - here is how their players rated.
Hugo Lloris 7 - didn't have a great deal to do, but made a fine save to deny Anthony Martial whilst the scoreline was 0-0 - an overlooked moment in the match.
Kyle Walker 7 - provided energy out wide, got forward well and looked solid defensively. A fine display only blotted by a yellow card for a tussle with Memphis Depay.
Toby Alderweireld 8 - assured as ever in defence, Alderweireld didn't put a foot wrong, was confident in possession and even added a goal in a great performance.
Jan Vertonghen 7 - a decent day's work for the Belgian upon his return to the side from injury. Sound alongside his usual partner Alderweireld, his return is a huge boost.
Danny Rose 8 - one of Tottenham's most dangerous attacking threats throughout, Rose enjoyed another great game, and kept Juan Mata quiet. Put in a superb cross for Lamela's goal.
Eric Dier 7 - Dier has been one of Tottenham's most consistent players this season, and he put in another solid performance against United, protecting his back four superbly and keeping possession ticking over.
Mousa Dembele 8 - so often the driving force in the Spurs midfield, Dembele impressed yet again here. His ability to maintain possession in the face of two or even three opposing players trying to tackle him is incredible, and the Belgian was dominant against United.
Erik Lamela 8 - missed a golden opportunity from close range in the first half but atoned with an outstanding first-time finish to make it 3-0. Worked hard and deserved his goal, before being substituted late on.
Dele Alli 7 - this wasn't his best game for Spurs - far from it - but he made a telling impact with a fine finish from Christian Eriksen's cross to set Tottenham on their way.
Christian Eriksen 7 - Eriksen supplied an inch-perfect cross for Alli's goal and was a threat throughout. Still drifts in and out of the game whilst playing out wide, but this was a decent display.
Harry Kane 7 - tested De Gea with a snapshot from outside the area but couldn't find the net. Still, his work rate was exemplary, and his link-up play was superb throughout.
Nacer Chadli, Son Heung-min and Ryan Mason all came on, but didn't have long enough on the pitch to make a real impact.
Who do you think was Tottenham's man of the match against Manchester United?