Vital Spurs rates the Tottenham players, out of 10 against Stoke and in my eyes Harry Kane deserved the maximum score possible following his third sweeeeet hat-trick of the season.
Produced a magnificent save from Peter Crouch at close range and made another just before the hour mark. Hugo was on his toes all afternoon. Great talisman.
Can't remember a single boo-boo. Sound as a pound throughout.
Neat passing and solid. Just a pity he took a nock four minutes into the second half and had to be substituted.
Jumped off my seat when his thunderous shot hit the crossbar. Went off with a hamstring niggle in the second half.
Rounded performance and did what he does with ease.
In control and bossed the midfield. Yellow card for a second half challenge on Allen.
Victor may have bossed the midfield but Mousa was the leader and in military terms, the General. Top brass.
Comfortable on the ball and read the game like a children's picture book. Not stressed and flummoxed like he may have done in the past.
Involved in all three of Harry's goals. Passed the ball with little fuss - made the art of playing professional football look easy.
Kept cool and kept his head together following the red-mist incident on Thursday. Lovely tap-in from Kane's timely pass. Overall ability there for everyone to see and deserved his goal.
Club records under threat with his sublime scoring record - became the first Spurs player since Jimmy Greaves to net 20 goals in three consecutive seasons. Made it three hat-tricks in nine games and scored his 100th club career goal. Worth £100m plus - I doubt even Real Madrid could afford him.
(For Alderweireld, 49 mins). Came on and did what he was asked to do.
(For Vertonghen, 66 mins). Delved straight into action - no messing, no fanfare. This time next year Winks will a huge star.
(For Harry Kane, 86 mins).