Dele Alli – 9
Took time to get going but was sublime and probably Spurs’ best player on the pitch once he did. A brilliant pass for Vinicius’ first goal was followed by a lovely floated pass to Doherty for the second. Involved in the fourth too and heavily involved. Granted it came against non-league opposition, but Alli will hope he sent a message to Jose Mourinho.
Lucas Moura – 7
An excellent top corner free-kick to make it 3-0 on 32 minutes and some good driving runs forward. Should’ve done better with some other efforts on goal though. Got the assist for Devine’s effort after a nice backheel.
Carlos Vinicius – 9
Perhaps not as eye-catching as Alli but then how do you get less than a nine for a hat-trick? Doubled his goal tally for the season with a first-half treble, though got lucky with the first after almost messing up his first touch. Good positioning for both of his first two efforts and then a sublime lofted effort for his third. Celebrations might’ve been a bit much, mind, and should’ve scored a fourth at the death.
Alfie Devine (on for Sissoko min 45) – 8
Confident display in the 45 minutes he got on the pitch and produced a brilliant finish to cap off becoming Spurs’ youngest ever player. His debut came aged just 16 years old and 163 days old. Not bad eh?