The Swedish keeper commanded his area reasonably well and made a few decent saves but was left with no chance for Spurs' goals.
Was excellent in the first half, pressing forward down the left to deliver crosses whenever possible, but struggled defensively against the pace of Townsend.
An aerial threat in Tottenham's penalty area and made a few last-ditch clearances to deny the likes of Townsend and Soldado.
The captain kept things moving in the centre of midfield and forced Friedel into his first save of the game in the second half with a long-range free kick.
Rarely got forward and struggled to deal with Townsend and Sigurdsson's endeavours to get to the byeline.
The midfielder worked hard to press Spurs when they were in possession but had little creative influence on the game.
Worked hard to double up on the likes of Townsend and Chadli whenever Spurs' left-sided players looked to cut inside from the flank.
Performed neatly in the first half, releasing the likes of Kristiansen with regularity. Faded as the game progressed, however.
Unfortunate to not give Tromso the lead in the early stages, the Czech striker showed some quality in flashes, beating men and opening up space for himself.
Provided a few nice touches but was mostly ineffectual and had no chances of note.
The American shot-stopper had little to do throughout, making a couple of comfortable saves and otherwise being a spectator.
The Romanian netted his first goal for Tottenham with a smart finish at the near post and showed great fitness to continue marauding up the field until the end of the game.
Did not offer much going forward and was rather conservative with his use of the ball. As Spurs grew in confidence and relaxed, however, the Englishman improved.
Cynically brought down Ondrasek to deny Tromso the opportunity to take the lead and was caused multiple problems by the Czech hitman.
A quiet game from the full-back, as he was rarely threatened by the combination of Andersen and Frantzen, due to the duo being occupied with their defensive duties.
Looked lively throughout but did not have an end product to his game. Marked tightly by Tromso but still wriggled free to try the odd snapshot and make a few dangerous crosses.
Fired a couple of shots narrowly wide of the post and constantly looked lively and determined, showing exactly the right mentality for any player. Caused Frantzen a fair few issues.
Spurned a great opportunity after being fed in behind the Tromso defence in the first half and had limited impact on the game.
Lost his head a little in the second half, making several fouls in the space of five minutes, but was otherwise a useful physical presence in the centre of midfield.
After being moved upfield in the second hand, the Belgian was involved in plenty of slick passages of play, took his goal well and deserved to grab another.
Lacked high-quality service throughout the game and looked extremely frustrated as a result. Had a couple of half-chances but was often denied by the good work of Fojut or Causevic.
Stood strong against the pace of Norbye in the last five minutes or so, using his strength and experience to defuse any potentially dangerous situations.
The substitute featured in some neat build up play around the edge of the Tromso box.
Keen to beat men and drive forward whenever possible, the Argentine added some late pace to the game.