Two superb saves to deny Rodallega and a penalty save off Sidwell capped another excellent performance from the goalkeeper.
Poor positioning at times and some wasteful use of the ball but the right-back always played with energy and commitment.
Won some good headers but sometimes looked cumbersome and nervous. Wasted possession with long hoofs towards Adebayor but scored his first goal of the season from close range to complete the scoring.
Looked uncomfortable throughout the afternoon at centre-back. The low point was his poor prod towards the ball in the build-up to Sidwell's goal.
Unconvincing on the ball but won the free-kick for Spurs' third and a solid defensive display on the whole from the full-back.
The Dane appeared rather frustrated on the left and often drifted inside to get on the ball and show his quality. Wonderful set-piece deliveries to set up Paulinho and Kaboul goals.
Drifted through most of the game at a sedate pace, never showing any real drive in possession or making notable contributions.
Worked hard throughout but often lacked quality and incisiveness in possession. On hand to tap in the opener in the 35th minute.
On the fringes for much of the game but dangerous when involved. Hit the post with a volley in the first-half and set up Kane's goal with a lovely cross whipped in from the right.
Very little involvement in the first-half but scored his third goal in as many games in the 48th minute with an excellent glancing header from Lennon's cross.
The Togolese striker played for most of the afternoon as if more focussed on his summer holidays. Barely showed for the ball and was limited to challenging for headers. Improved in the second-half.
Kept out Lennon in the first-half in combination with the post but helpless to prevent the Tottenham goals.
Some poor one-on-one defending up against Lennon, particularly for the second Spurs goal. Threatening at the other end and played one brilliant cross for Rodallega.
Looked suspect on the turn but generally dominant in the air, especially in the first-half when Spurs looked to play long balls towards Adebayor.
The Dutchman was solid on the whole but made a very clumsy challenge for the free-kick from which Tottenham scored their third goal.
The Spaniard was caught out by Kane's movement for the second Spurs goal three minutes into the second-half. Otherwise fairly competent display.
Threatened with his skill and pace on the break in the opening period but virtually anonymous after the restart.
Set the tone for Fulham in central midfield and deserved his well taken goal in the 37th minute, but his penalty in the second-half was terrible. Always played with heart and energy.
Applauded by the home fans back at his old club and broke up Tottenham attacks effectively before being replaced by Karagounis in the 56th minute.
Decent screen for the midfield but could have been more aware of Eriksen's tendency to drift in from the wing.
The winger looked dangerous on a couple of occasions but didn't see anywhere enough of the ball. Unfortunate not to earn a penalty when barged over by Rose in the second-half.
Looked a threat for Fulham and will feel he should have scored for the third game in a row. Had three excellent chances but either mishit his strike or was denied by the excellent Lloris.