The veteran American had very little to do but made no mistakes.
Played in second gear but made some useful forward surges.
Looked a little uncomfortable playing on the left as a right-footed player but was solid defensively.
Dominant performance from the stand-in captain. Looks in good shape as he returns from injury.
Had no problems as he coasted through the game and should have plenty of energy left for Sunday's North London derby.
Looked sharp in the first half as he took on defenders and looked to shoot at goal. Replaced at halftime as Villas-Boas saved him for the Arsenal game.
A very classy performance from the young central midfielder. Coped well physically and produced neat, accurate passes to teammates. Should leave on loan for a Premier League club to gain experience.
The Brazilian made some rash challenges in the first half but calmed down to produce a tidy and efficient display screening the back four.
The German was sharp and creative as he linked attack and defense, highlighted by an intelligent pass for Defoe's opener and stunning goal with his weaker foot.
Appeared a little off the pace early on but grew in influence. Provided an excellent cross for his side's second goal and smacked the crossbar with a powerful strike after the break.
Staked his claim for a starting place against Arsenal with two well-taken goals, first smashing home with his left foot before finishing a good move from close range.
The goalkeeper could do nothing about Tottenham's fine finishing but made some decent saves, including one late on to deny Kane.
The best of a bad bunch in the Tblisi defense. At least showed some tactical awareness.
Started fairly well but forced off due to injury in the 34th minute.
The center back struggled to handle Defoe's pace and movement throughout the game.
Appeared exhausted by the hour mark and made no contribution of note.
Worked the hardest of the Tblisi midfielders but lacked quality on the ball and was clearly outclassed.
Supposed to act as the playmaker but made no impact on the game.
Only noticeable for his terrible passing and lack of pressure on the dominant Spurs midfield.
Booked for a late challenge in the first half -- his only involvement of note in the entire game.
Tried to lead the line but never escaped the attention of Tottenham's central defenders.