Had to be quick off his line at times but was otherwise untroubled in the opening half, even when Alvarez ran in on goal. The next chance was tougher but he was sharp and saved Cassano's effort with his feet to preserve his clean sheet.
Bombed forward when he could and helped peg back Pereira before finding greater freedom up against Palacio. Started to find Lennon more frequently but forgot about Palacio once or twice and had to use his pace to bail him out.
Defended stoutly and seems to relish playing in the middle rather than left-back. Growing into an influential figure and was keen for his team-mates to remain patient in the fantastic opening 20 minutes. Unlucky to see his looping header get clawed away from goal by Handanovic and sliced wide from Bale's free-kick in the second half before he powered a corner in for Tottenham's third. He was faultless.
His one-touch passing helped Spurs change the point of attack and he supported Sigurdsson well from the left. Defended stoutly when required (not that often) and had a good game.
Not at his usual jittering worst and kept the defensive line sharp. Unfortunate to see his attempted interception allow Alvarez in on goal, though the chance was wasted. Won his tackles and carried the ball well. Improved lately.
Won't be credited with the assist for the second but his clever cutback to Defoe opened the space for the initial shot. Found it easier going against Pereira as he began to nip in behind his marker and was unlucky not to score as he nutmegged Chivu on the edge of the box. Went off late with a hamstring injury.
Finally finding his feet at Spurs and swung a fine cross over for Bale's opener before netting the second, tapping in a rebound. Got stuck in and won his tackles but faded a little as the game wore on. Still, a vast improvement on his early season form.
Carried the ball well and showed no after effects of the knee injury he sustained on Sunday. Constantly created openings and gave Gargano and Cambiasso the runaround. Replaced on the hour.
Gradually beginning to get close to the form that had him named Spurs' player of the year last season and his driving runs from central positions hurt Inter time and time again. Passing can still be a little loose but on the whole this was one of his better games.
Unlucky not to double Spurs' lead moments after the first but his shot was too near to Handanovic. His second chance was also saved but credit to him for creating the opportunity that Sigurdsson tapped home. Had another saved by Handanovic but wasted a great four on two in the second half as he selfishly looked for the shot.
Started brilliantly, guiding a header beyond Handanovic to open the scoring and fizzed around the pitch from a central position. Faded a tad as the half wore on but delivered the telling corner for Vertonghen to make it 3-0. Not at his thrilling best but didn't need to be.
Showed sharp reflexes to save twice off Defoe and, although he got away with parrying into a dangerous area the first time, he wasn't so fortunate on the second occasion. Tipped over the bar well from Vertonghen's header and made a couple of routine saves in the second half but was well beaten by Vertonghen's header.
Allowed Defoe too much space and was subsequently punished. May have had other things on his mind as he asked Bale for his shirt at half-time and lost Vertonghen for the third. Was nutmegged by Lennon and had a game to forget
At left-back he looked like he'd be overrun at times but grew into the game and kept Lennon relatively subdued. Replaced at half-time by Palacio.
The giant defender looked unbeatable in the air but was as slow as a bus on the turn. He and Chivu never got close to Defoe or Bale.
Won the first tackle of the night and was keen to get forward from right-back. Regularly found himself struggling with Sigurdsson and Assou-Ekotto, but never enough to fluster the legend.
Happy to get forward when he could but perhaps guilty of not tracking Walker's runs. Moved further forward second half but struggled to get the ball under control in his one main chance, dragging his shot well wide.
Badgered the opposition in front of his defence, doing his best to put a halt to Dembele and Bale's driving runs. For all his chasing and harrying he was fighting a losing battle in the middle of the park.
Had a good chance which he blasted over but showed neat touches in behind Cassano. However, he couldn't influence the game as he'd like and was later taken off for Jonathan.
Had Inter's first shot of the night but sent it high and wide and then faded from view for the rest of the half until he latched onto a loose ball for the best chance of the first 45. Dragged his shot wide of the far post under no pressure and later saw a deflected shot fly just wide. Subbed for Guarin.
Full of running in his favoured central midfield position and though he pressed high, he didn't have as much joy as he'd like as Dembele and Parker worked hard. Beaten in the air by Bale for the opening goal and also lost Vertonghen for the third.
Looked frustrated for a while but found his groove as he dropped deeper and wider. Threaded Alvarez in rather fortuitously but was angered to see him put it wide. Had his own chance in the second half but Friedel saved well with his feet.
Came on as a late sub to inject more purpose to his team and, although he harried and pressed, he couldn't create anything of note.
Came on and was booked for diving. Didn't get forward or find a chance for a shot, which would have been his main brief.
Came on at half-time and looked as though he would cause Spurs problems on the break but he was either not found or too easily subdued by the athleticism of the home side's defence.