Conceded five but the quality of Spurs' finishing was very high and he had little chance with any of the game.
Linked up nicely with Xisco initially, but that was about as good as it got and he was substituted at half-time
Allowed Spurs far too much time and space as Dinamo were regularly opened up by Tottenham.
Booked for a foul on Sigurdsson and had his hands full with Rose regularly bombing forward. Was an outlet down the flank but produced little
Rightly picked up first yellow card of the game for bringing down Townsend on the edge of the area on 20 minutes and found it tough going against a lively Spurs attack.
Great cross to set up Dvali and went close with a header in the second half, but other than that was relatively quiet.
Was a good outlet for Dinamo and was not afraid to attack Spurs. Caused a few problems with his pace and forced Lloris into a great save late on.
The No. 88 endured a difficult evening up against such a strong and powerful Tottenham midfield.
A great backheel to send Xisco scampering free was a highlight and showed some great footwork at times but failed to really make an impact on the game.
Looked a threat, along with Dvali, but lasted just 41 minutes before limping off with what looked like a hamstring problem
Dinamo’s profilic striker buzzed around all night and drew a great save from Lloris in the first half. Looked the home side’s most likely source of inspiration but could not find a finish to beat Lloris.
Made a great, instinctive save to prevent Dvali equalising in the first half and another from Grigalashvili late on but had very little else to do.
Heavily involved in the second goal, dispossessing Dvali before laying off to Townsend to set up Paulinho
Captained the side and did little wrong, although in truth he was really tested.
A great outlet down the flank, providing much-needed width to the attack. His crossing was wasteful at times but he made up for it with a stunning strike into the top corner.
Strong and composed, he covered his full-backs on the odd occasion it was necessary. Was beaten by Dvali in the first half, but will have been grateful to see Lloris save, and was otherwise untroubled.
The star man for Spurs with a brilliant display. Opened the scoring with a great breakaway goal, running fully 50 yards before finishing neatly. Set up the second superbly, beating his full back before dinking it onto Paulinho’s head, and did the same again for Spurs’ third.
Was inches away from scoring with a superb free kick in the first half. Put in a good shift, and helped out defensively too at times before being replaced after an hour.
Looks a great signing, glided past players with ease at times, comfortable in possession and rarely chose the wrong option.
A very strong display by the Brazilian who opened his account for Spurs with a storming header after being set up beautifully by Townsend.
Two goals for the club’s record signing who was fairly quiet in truth. The Spaniard showed a clinical finish from six yards to net the third before adding the fifth with another close range finish.
Replaced Glisic at the break and had a chance straight away but he was blocked by Dawson. Provided more of an aerial threat but failed to test Lloris.
Replaced the injury Xisco just before the break and looked a threat initially, and should have scored late on but fluffed a great chance when well placed.
Arrived with Spurs already 5-0 up and the game won.
Came on for the last half an hour and produced a superb cameo. Set up Rose for the fourth goal of the night and Soldado for the fifth.
Given some vital experience after arriving for the last 20 minutes and hit the woodwork late on with a header.