Had no hope of stopping Adebayor's header from close range after Eriksen's cross took him out of the game, but was equal to the striker's volley. Beaten by another delivery, this time from Walker, as Chico scored an own goal and was left stranded as Adebayor calmly scored the third.
Caught facing his own goal and turned the ball beyond Tremmel to gift Spurs a second after the interval.
A tough afternoon for the young left-back, who had to deal with the threat of Lennon and Walker, and the movement of Adebayor and Eriksen.
Not at the races up against Adebayor, who was in fine form and offered too much power for both Swansea centre-backs to handle.
Booked for a reckless hack at Chiriches in the second half. One of a number of Swansea midfielders who saw plenty of the ball but could not engineer meaningful attacks.
Could do nothing to stop Spurs launching a counterattack down his flank for the third goal as Swansea chased a means to get back into the game.
Typically tidy in possession but could do little to stop a Tottenham midfield threading passes into dangerous positions.
Tried to link up with Britton to launch attacks for his side but often could not get the better of Bentaleb or Dembele.
Never got a free run on the Swansea right-hand side against Rose, who matched him for pace.
Lashed two efforts wide in the first 10 minutes before forcing Lloris into a save and was heavily involved in the first half, but limped off just five minutes after the break with an injury.
Saw plenty of the ball from the start and shot wide before blasting a powerful effort against the bar. Marked a performance in which he never stopped working for his team with a well-taken goal.
Made a decent diving save to deny Shelvey and kept out Bony shortly after the break, but could do little to stop the striker's well-placed finish from inside the penalty area.
Created a chance for himself by getting beyond Chico with a clever dummy, but lacked composure and miscued his effort a long way off target. Recovered to burst forward and provide the pass for Adebayor to score his second of the afternoon. Booked for time wasting.
Shrugged off the ball too easily at times but was never shaken in possession, making a couple of important interceptions. Stayed on the pitch despite a nasty clash of heads with Bony.
Displayed great pace to get forward and join Spurs attacks and saw his low cross turned in by Chico. Made a fine tackle late in the first half to prevent Routledge from having a free chance at goal.
Might have conceded a penalty had a push on Bony from a corner been spotted by the match officials. Made a smart pass to set Walker away in the build-up to Chico's own goal.
Crossed beautifully to pick out Adebayor for the opening goal and was involved as Tottenham sealed the win with their third of the afternoon. A display full of class and intelligence on the ball from the Dane.
A bright performance from the midfielder, who combined well with Walker to trouble Davies but also popped up in dangerous positions centrally in support of Adebayor. Susbstituted for Naughton late on.
A decent performance from the Belgian, who operated largely on the left but was afforded the freedom to move into his preferred central position. Replaced by Sigurdsson.
Another assured and confident performance from the youngster, who didn't allow Swansea's overall control of possession to frustrate him.
Squandered a sensational chance by missing the target when he could have squared for Adebayor, but launched the attack which eventually saw Spurs bag a third.
Given the simplest of tasks by Eriksen, heading in the opener with power and scored his second with a calm finish beyond Tremmel. No less than the tireless striker, who was key to Tottenham's attacks, deserved.