Took one good cross at his back post and made a good save from Riise. Made his best stop from Dembele in the 35th minute but had to stay alert late-on as Duff hit the post before he tipped over a rasping Dembele effort.
Was as impressive as ever at the heart of defence and rarely looked troubled in the first half. A knee problem forced the Frenchman off in the second half but it was a good performance until the 75th minute.
Played a lovely incisive pass through to Lennon to create the club's best chance of the first half aside from the goal. Had a tricky job with the lively Frei and was beaten by the winger once in the opening half hour. Banged a decent effort from range towards half-time but saw it just sail over. Took an awkward fall and though he emerged for the second-half, he was badly limping and was replaced by Nelsen.
Had early difficulties with Pogrebnyak but grew into the game and managed to get the better of the Russian in the first half. Was switched to right-back after Walker went off and looked comfortable there, preventing Frei from being as dangerous as he was in the first half.
Started furiously on the right giving Riise real problems and delivering a number of teasing crosses. Stood a great ball up for Sandro in the second half as well as one for Van der Vaart. He worked well with Walker until he was subbed. His good work was not done, and his run and cross-shot fell to Defoe for the second goal.
A utility man, but turning into a real asset in his first full year in the first team. His bullish style helped Spurs win the early midfield battle. He was diligent in his work and never found out of position alongside the rabid Sandro. They can be a frightening physical presence when played together.
Started out wide on the left in a five-man midfield and worked well with Bale rotating the all-out attacking duties. Had an early shot that was deflected wide but it was an lower profile first half from the Croatian. Kept things ticking along all game despite being given a rough time. Moved more central after Defoe came on as he looked to dictate the play.
R. van der Vaart
Showed his ingenuity playing a neat one-two with Adebayor to get the assist on the opener. Had a chance with a header that he just mistimed on 15 minutes. On the half-hour he volleyed inches wide from inside the box where he perhaps could have done better. Wasn't at his best and was taken off for Jermain Defoe on the hour mark.
Incessantly chased Dembele in midfield. Found it difficult to nick the ball off the tricky Belgian but didn't give him a moment's peace. Put in his usual amount of running and was unlucky not to score with a glanced header.
Started at left-back but was often found in his familiar left-wing position zipping crosses into the box. Almost found Adebayor with a teasing ball on 20 minutes but Schwarzer just got there. Put in a lot of running in the second half but was dutiful enough to ensure he didn't leave his flank exposed to Duff.
Played a good one-two with Van der Vaart and finished low and well for the opener. Struggled at times in the air against Hangeland but worked much better against Hughes in the second half.
Could do little with the goal as Adebayor found himself in far too much space to slot past him. He did make a good save from Bale on the stroke of half-time as well as leaping above some Tottenham pressure to palm a high-cross to safety.
Booked for a poor challenge on Adebayor but dominated the striker aerially. Could do little about the second goal as Riise's block swept the ball across the box and away from him.
Looked solid on his return to White Hart Lane at full-back, despite the double threat of Modric and Bale. Was helped well by Duff and even pressed himself forward late on. Played a nice pass to Duff for Fulham's best chance.
Operated alongside Hangeland and was solid enough in the first half. However this changed in the second period as Adebayor moved to his side and he found himself dominated in the air by the Togolese striker. That said, he didn't directly cause any leaks in the Fulham defence.
Struggled initially with Lennon's pace but gradually forced the winger back as he and Frei came into the game. Went on a surging run from his own half to the edge of the box before turning onto his favoured left-foot to fire the first shot on goal for Fulham. Looked to have done enough but was possibly a little too far off Lennon as he blocked his shot. Though he blocked it, the ball deflected into the path of Defoe.
Shared a joke with Adebayor as he left the pitch at half-time and seems equally popular in amongst his Fulham side. The Malian has been industrious in his work and starved Sandro and Livermore of time on the ball.
Has a fantastic ability to glide past players but occasionally found the incessant pressure of Sandro too much to handle. Though he looked to keep things ticking over, he offered two of Fulham's best chances, fizzing one shot just wide and one that had Friedel leaping to his left and parrying. This was a tidy and confident display by a player who could be on the move in the summer. Tested Friedel again late on with a piledriver that was just tipped over.
With Diarra alongside him, Murphy has the freedom to play his natural playmaking game. He looked to the left wing primarily in the first period, using Riise and Frei as his main outlets. Was taken off late in the game to a generous ovation from the home fans.
Looked lively throughout on the left and troubled Walker at times. Had one moment where he beat Walker, reached the byline and fired a decent cross into the Spurs box. Faded a little once Walker went off, when in fact it could have been his best chance to get at Spurs.
Worked hard on the right wing against Bale and Modric but that left him with little chance to display his attacking threat. When he did get forward he often found Sandro or Bale had tracked him well. Was helped by Kelly late on and hit the post with a decent right-footed strike.
Played excellently with his back to goal and gave Gallas a tough time early on. However as the game went on, the Russian striker found possession hard to come by as Gallas and Kaboul limited his options. On top of that, he didn't find a single goalscoring chance for all his running.
On for Walker just after half-time and was nice and solid alongside Kaboul, until he went off.
Came on for the injured Kaboul with 15 minutes to go and had two songs chanted at him in that time.
Came on for Van der Vaart after 60 minutes and scored Tottenham's second two minutes later. Showed his characteristic predatory instincts, pouncing onto the loose ball and poking past Schwarzer to double Spurs' lead. Followed it up by playing a bit deeper than Adebayor and linking exceptionally with the midfield. Did smash a 20-yarder just over.