The France international had little to do in the first half other than command his back line, and dealt competently with minor threats after the break.
Imposing in the air, the defender drew a fine stop from Guzan with an impressive header and led the back with with authority.
Blasted an early shot miles over but then crossed well to force Baker's own goal. Rose kept Villa quiet down the wing and got forward well when needed.
The right-back showed good intelligence against Bertrand in the opening stages, although Villa were poor going forward. Cautioned for dragging back Weimann.
Rarely troubled in the early stages, the centre-back went about his work quietly and efficiently, showing good strength in the air and on the deck - he switched off a couple of times in possession though.
The Brazilian showed good drive from the off, breaking through to score the first goal before missing an easy chance moments later. Combative and strong on the ball, this is the box-to-box player Spurs paid £17million for. Replaced late on for Bentaleb.
Always a threat with his passing and dead-ball delivery, the 22-year-old is the player for Spurs to build a team around next season.
The playmaker dovetailed well with Eriksen to stretrch the Villa back line in the final third. Replaced by Prtichard after an energetic display.
Despite an uncertain future, the midfielder held his position well to nullify Villa's attempts to break on the counter. Replaced after the interval.
Typically combative and eager to find scoring positions, the forward missed two early chances but battled back well. Impressive both on and off the ball, Kane has a fine future.
The imposing striker was bright early on, creating two chances for Harry Kane before forcing Nathan Baker to score an owl goal and then confidently tucking home a penalty. Utterly dominant.
Made a number of timely stops in the opening stages, but was powerless to prevent Spurs as they battered the visitors in the first half.
The Chelsea loanee tried to stretch the game down the left flank but was marshalled well by Naughton.
Failed to deal with Adebayor's strength and wilted under the pressure as Spurs wracked up the goals as the first half wore. on.
The 23-year-old struggled with he movement of Spurs' forwards and put through his own net for the hosts' second goal.
The right-back looked subdued and like the rest of the back line, was unable to stem the flow of Spurs' attacks.
Adebayor and Eriksen teased the defender from out wide on multiple occasions, and Bacuna will be glad to just get this game out of the way.
The 24-year-old midfielder did little to impose himself on the game save for a fizzed effort close to half-time that had Lloris scrambling.
Villa's key man in the middle struggled to dictate the flow as Spurs dominated the centre of the pitch physically and creatively. Almost scored with a low drive after the break, but the match was gone.
Chiriches and Dawson made easy work of the young striker as he failed to impose himself on proceedings. Replaced at half-time for El Ahmadi.
The winger flicked on a header that Agbonlahor should have nodded in, but was quiet on the left.
The striker missed an easy chances to head in an equaliser from close range, and foolishly handled to hand Spurs their third from the penalty spot.