There were so many standout attacking performances in what was a sensational 6-1 win.
Tottenham's Erik Lamela celebrates with team mates after scoring their second goal
Michel Vorm 6/10 - Quickly sweeping up a couple of through balls, beaten at his near post by Ivan Perisic but it was a great strike in all honesty.
Kyle Walker 6.5/10 - Looked confident early on, and won the penalty which Kane converted. Was exposed against Perisic, who had enough pace to get into a scoring position and score a great equaliser.
Toby Alderweireld 7.5/10 - Very solid again as he looks to replicate his superb first season at White Hart Lane. Positioning so strong.
Tottenham's Erik Lamela, Dele Alli and Toby Alderweireld warm up before the match
Cameron Carter-Vickers 6.5/10 - A big vote of confidence for the youngster. Did well enough alongside Alderweireld, bringing the ball forward once or twice. A little rash at times but this would have done him the world of good.
Danny Rose 6/10 - Bombed forward as is his style, but there was one moment when he nearly caused problems in defence by letting a ball bounce.
Eric Dier 6.5/10 - As solid as usual from the defensive midfielder, though Even Banega still got plenty of the ball for Inter in the first half. Didn't give the Italians a sniff after the break.
Ryan Mason 6.5/10 - Had a great chance to double the lead, shooting wide just after Kane’s opener. Made a couple of good challenges but was booked for a sloppy sliding tackle. Passing and pressing meant that he was involved a lot and did plenty of things right.
Tottenham's Erik Lamela in action
Erik Lamela 8/10 - A little peripheral out on the right for much of the first half. But scored a stunning long-range effort to remind the supporters that he is a more confident player this year. Much more involved in the second half, drifting inside, and should have scored a second. Set up Kane's second and Harrison's late goal.
Dele Alli 7.5/10 - Last season’s breakout star looked a little short of form early on in the match, but quickly grew into the match. Put himself around plenty. Great link up with Vincent Janssen and then a super finish. Also set up Janssen with an excellent run.
Christian Eriksen 7/10 - A great cross early on to set up Mason suggested the Dane had quickly found his range, and he made a series of super passes throughout the first half.
Tottenham's Harry Kane celebrates scoring their first goal with a penalty
Harry Kane 8.5/10 - The England international looked to eager to make up for disappointment in the Euros, firing home a great penalty to give Spurs the lead. He set up Walker for the challenge, and also laid the ball off for Lamela’s wonder strike. Hit the bar in the second half, and then smashed the ball past Handanovic for his second.
Hugo Lloris 6/10 - The Spurs skipper was very comfortable in the second half.
Kieran Trippier 6.5/10 - Made a strong tackle on Perisic, and came forward well.
Ben Davies 6.5/10 - Played a part in Alli's goal, linking up well with Janssen.
Harry Winks 7/10 - After an impressive trip in Australia, Winks came on at half time. He seems to be a much more accomplished player physically, making good early challenges and passing well.
Tottenham's Vincent Janssen celebrates with Erik Lamela after scoring their fifth goal
Vincent Janssen 8/10 - The Netherlands international joined Harry Kane up front for the start of the second half. Showcased his strength and link up play, playing a great one-two for Alli's goal. Seems to revel holding up the ball, and scored the fifth after great play by Alli.
Tom Carroll 6.5/10 - Came on on the hour mark and was solid.
Shayon Harrison 6.5/10 - Arrived late on, converting Lamela's cut back for a memorable strike.
Marcus Edwards N/A - A late substitute, still a couple of flashes of skill.
Luke Amos N/A - Came on with five minutes left.