Spent the first half collecting and sweeping up balls in behind the defence as well as gathering Toche's weak effort on goal. Was left grasping at thin air for Zeca's header but otherwise he was dependable in goal and vocal throughout.
Untroubled at the back and perhaps should have scored from a free header in the first half. Otherwise, he was composed on the ball and relaxed with his possession.
Didn't have a good game at left-back. He was troubled by Zeca in the first period before he lost the right-winger in the second period from a routine cross. Moments later he was fortunate not to see a loose ball, when his slashed clearance (a header was more appropriate) fell to Toche, resulting in a second for the Greeks. Looked uncomfortable defending the left and was booked for a foul on Sissoko.
Continued his rise to prominence at the heart of the defence, alongside Vertonghen, snuffing out much of the danger from central areas. Looked a little more troubled under the high ball, but that was more a mark of the whole back four than he himself.
Attacked Spyropoulos well and defended astutely against Mavrias in the early stages before finding himself pushed forward into something of a free role on the right. Took set-pieces for much of the game as well and showed his quality, whipping in a precise ball for Spurs' second goal.
Continued his impressive form in the Europa League as he kept Tottenham moving along nicely in midfield. Threaded a couple of positive forward passes as well as a neat one-two to send Adebayor through on goal. Won his fair share of tackles too, somewhat against perceptions of him as a lightweight entity. His job was done on the 75th minute after largely chasing shadows for the second half and he was replaced by Dembele. Another promising display.
Commanded the middle of the park as he had to but seemed to have a bit more creative freedom as he spread the ball forward and lashed a shot over the bar. Surged forward when he could and was a real driving force from the middle.
Had to do plenty of work going back and forward in a tough encounter against Seitaridis and Mavrios. Couldn't find his form of recent weeks although he by no means did himself a disservice and even on a quiet night, popped up with a neat reverse pass for Spurs' third.
Showed great feet at times as he glided around the midfield off his favoured left-flank position. Blazed a couple of shots over but fed Adebayor a delicious pass for the opener and almost collected a second assist as Defoe fired off the post. Forced the second goal as his header rebounded off the underside of the bar, off the keeper and in. Another performance that will please his manager.
Was a periphery figure for much of the first half and skied his one chance on his left foot before seeing a toe-poke deflected over the bar. Started the second half well but watched his shot come back off the bottom of the near post. Eventually got his customary goal, but did so with uncharacteristic finesse as he dinked the ball over the onrushing Karnezis.
The hard work was done for him by Dempsey but he showed great composure to slide the ball under Karnezis for the opener. Displayed good upper body strength in tight positions and continued to show promise in a more ball playing role behind Defoe.
Wasn't afraid to surge through bodies and claim crosses when Spurs elected to fire them in. Could do little for the opener, though, as he was left exposed by Dempsey's pass through his defence, and was terribly unfortunate to see the American's header come off the bar and rebound in off his back. Saw Defoe lift the ball over him as he rushed out from his goal, but couldn't be blamed for any of the three goals.
The man with the unpronounceable name stayed solid and reliable for much of the game, though he was relieved to watch Defoe strike the post and not the back of the net in the second half.
Linked well with Mavrias and did well to keep Lennon and Walker quiet in the first period. His deep cross was expertly finished by Zeca 10 minutes after half-time. Had a bit more trouble up against Walker and conceded the free-kick that led to the second goal.
Delivered a telling low free-kick that could have been turned in by Toche and was otherwise diligent on his flank. Dempsey was a tricky customer but mainly when he drifted inside.
Blocked a Defoe effort superbly in the box and was otherwise pretty solid. Did struggle to cut out Dempsey's pass for the opener and questions must be asked as to why the American was left unmarked for the second.
Gave Naughton a tough time on the right-flank, constantly pressing the full-back into errors and indeed he found the yard he needed to beat his man and tuck a firm header past Friedel for the equaliser. Looked a threat throughout.
Took a nasty knock in the early stages but continued on, even alternating with Vyntra at the heart of the defence. Kept it simple but had to be replaced on the hour by Lazaros.
The Spaniard looked a tidy player operating as the anchorman in the Greeks' midfield but could do little about the opener. Stuck to his principles but couldn't inspire a comeback.
Looked the liveliest threat to Spurs in the first period. He was quick on the turn and really pushed Walker to his limits at times. However, was a bit of a head-down-and-run style winger and rarely provided any great quality in his final ball. Faded as the game went on and was replaced by Fornaroli.
Regularly saw himself crowded out on the ball, despite his obvious energy and willingness to get around the pitch. This paid dividends in the latter stages as he regularly broke up play and was positive moving forward with the ball. Perhaps should have done better with a chance in the box late on.
Toche bagged the equaliser in Greece and really should have had another as he missed two great chances. First, his touch at the near post from Seitaridis' free kick was too tame to trouble Freidel, before his snapshot inside the box was mis-hit and trickled wide of the goal.