Looked a little jumpy at times but made a couple of reflex stops from Cox and Scharner, even if they were in the straightorward category.
Bombed forward at every opportunity but his use of the ball was frequently wanton. Handled his few defensive tasks comfortably apart from an error late on.
Has a great partnership with Bale on the left-hand side and with little defensive duties he was almost employed as a left-winger tonight.
Dominated in the air and ensured Odemwingie had little joy.
Joined Spurs' growing injury list when he limped off midway through the second half following an assignment mostly spent marking fresh air.
Injured after half-an-hour when he collapsed in a heap with what looked like a serious calf injury and was immediately subbed.
R. van der Vaart
Did not look fully fit but conjured up a few moments of inspiration, including an early chipped shot well saved by Foster, and was perhaps the most creative of the home team's flagging players.
Set up the goal with a driven cross to Defoe but had an otherwise frustrating game as West Brom denied him space and his radar was often on the blink when he wriggled free of defenders.
His touch in crowded spaces was immaculate but his use of the ball was hit and miss. Guilty of wasting most of the set piece chances that came Spurs' way.
Held the ball up well and his close control created a few chances but looked worn out by the end. Guilty of wandering off-side too easily.
Wasted two good chances early in the second half but showed his goalscoring instinct remains intact by making no mistake with his third, when he twisted in the box and steered in a crucial goal for his team after initally appearing to lose control of the ball.
Commanding display for the most part and made an excellent first-half save from Van der Vaart, but could perhaps have done more to thwart Defoe's goal.
Another impressive display by the Irishman as he gave Adebayor little room for manoeuvre.
Made some fine blocks and did a fine job of nullifying Bale's threat, but got booked for hacking down the Welshman in the second half.
Put his body on the line to lead by example. Made some important interceptions.
Brilliant early goal-line clearance set the tone for a feisty display in which he fused brawn and brain to deny Spurs' attack.
Tightly shadowed Modric and Co., although resorted to some dark arts when he got caught out.
Energetic display in the central acres but offered little going forward.
Hobbled off after 25 fairly anonymous minutes on the left of the visitors' five-man midfield.
Looked comfortable off the ball, but less comfortable on it.
Such was the gap between the Nigerian and his colleagues, he could have driven one of those buses parked in front of the West Brom goal. A frustrating night for the striker.
Rooted to the right flank and his own half for most of the game as he carried out instructions to deny Spurs time and space.
- 23 C. Cudicini
Looked comfortable alongside his good friend Kaboul as he replaced Gallas shortly after Spurs took the lead.
- 25 D. Rose
Did not look out of place after taking over from the injured Sandro but could not match the Brazilian's authority.
Came on late for the unlucky Livermore with little time left and had a late chance blocked, but overall had too little time to make an impact.
- 9 R. Pavlyuchenko
- 17 G. dos Santos
- 13 M. Fülöp
- 30 G. Tamaş
Showed the odd nice touch but did not see enough of the ball to make an impact.
- 27 S. Mantom
Brought some much-needed quality to the visiting midfield late on.
Came on with not long left but added some attacking impetus to West Brom's play. Tested Friedel with a couple of shots.
- 32 M. Fortuné