TOTTENHAM stormed to a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace with Son Heung-min continue his impressive record against the Eagles.
The Korean netted a early double, with his goals sandwiched between a Patrick van Aanholt own goal.
Erik Lamela was also on target with damage all done before the half-time whistle blew.
But it was Son, who got his goal tally off the mark, firstly dancing past the Palace defence for the opener, before rifling a volley past Vicente Guaita.
Here, Paul Jiggins rates how well Spurs’ players did as they gained a second win of the season and jumped to third in the Premier League…
HUGO LLORIS 7
THE Tottenham keeper was a virtual spectator and did not have a serious save to make until the 43rd
minute. His biggest challenge was staying awake.
SERGE AURIER 8
THE right-back was excellent going forward as he had a hand in the second and third goals. One of his
best displays for Spurs.
TOBY ALDERWEIRELD 9
LOOKED far more assured with his pal Jan Vertonghen beside him, and hit some lovely passes,
including the assist for the opener.
JAN VERTONGHEN 7
ENJOYED a very comfortable afternoon as Palace offered little in attack, which meant he could play the
ball out at the back with ease.
DANNY ROSE 7
WITH not much to concern him in defence, the England left-back supported his team-mates well in
attack, but was not as effective Aurier on the other flank.
HARRY WINKS 7
LINKED defence and attack well and turned the ball over the quickly to ensure his side remained on the
front foot throughout.
MOUSSA SISSOKO 7
FOR once the Frenchman was not the one who had to provide ALL of the energy for Spurs as it was
shared around. But he still contributed.
SON HEUNG-MIN 9
THE South Korean just loves playing against Palace. After scoring the stadium’s first-ever goal against
them last season, he struck another two here – including a stunning volley.
ERIK LAMELA 6
HE may have got on the scoresheet but it was another average display from the Argentine who must
start showing he is a senior player soon.
CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN 6
THE Danish playmaker looks as though his contract situation is getting to him. He is a shadow of his
former self – as was shown by his stoppage time free-kick, which sailed yards over the bar.
HARRY KANE 7
THERE cannot be many games when Tottenham have scored this many and he has not been on the
scoresheet. But he was still a threat and provided the cross for Lamela to net the fourth.
TANGUY NDOMBELE (for Winks 67) 5
THE record signing only had to keep Spurs ticking over as the game was already won.
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BEN DAVIES (for Rose 76) 5
THE Welsh defender must be closing in on a return as Rose is looking like he could do with a breather.
LUCAS MOURA (for Kane 85) 5
THE Brazilian had little time to make an impact in his brief cameo up front.
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