Little to do but looked to dominate aerial challenges and was booked for handball following one punch when the ball failed to reach the box.
Easy afternoon's work for the Tottenham captain. Coped with Norwich's strikers without any trouble and was simple on the ball.
Solid defensively and bombed up and down the left flank and made two excellent defensive blocks. Final ball was sometimes lacking - one shot went woefully off target - but played a role in Sigurdsson's goal.
Comfortable defensively, strong in the air and classy on the ball as he stepped into midfield.
Lively display from the winger, particularly early on as he looked to run at Norwich defenders and cut inside to shoot. Made some poor decisions in the final third and tried to shoot from impossible angles and distances.
The new signing made an instant impression as Tottenham's playmaker, providing creativity and vision in the final third. Wonderful assist for Sigurdsson's opener and showed his class around the penalty area as he looked to shoot.
Played in a slightly deeper role than in previous games but kept Spurs ticking and produced a brilliant assist for the second goal when he squared along the six-yard box.
Clever tactical performance in central midfield from the Belgian. Took up good positions, used his strength well and played accurate passes to team-mates.
Won the game for Tottenham with two goals, the first swept home at the end of a good move and the second a tap in. Confident display as he looked to drift inside and shoot, although he looked to be struggling with injury when he was substituted.
The Spanish striker looked far more dangerous with better service to take advantage of his movement in the penalty area. Went very close twice in the first-half but saw his shot blocked by Bassong.
Made some solid saves to keep Tottenham at bay but could do nothing about either of the hosts' goals. Should have done better with an Eriksen shot in the first-half.
Shaky early on as he failed to handle Townsend's direct running but the Spaniard did improve as the game went on.
Norwich's captain was by far their best performer as he made countless last-ditch blocks and tackles to keep the scoreline down.
Generally fine but was punished for falling asleep and losing track of Sigurdsson's movement.
Powerful in the air but struggled to deal with Spurs' attacking passing and movement and lost track of Soldado too often.
Showed one or two glimpses of ability but spent most of the game chasing shadows in midfield.
Produced one very dangerous cross in the first-half but didn't have enough opportunities to stretch his legs and use his pace to run at Spurs defenders.
Worked hard and tussled with Rose - but he never had any real opportunity to cause Spurs problems defensively.
Sat in midfield but showed nothing on the ball and was clumsy as a defensive screen for Norwich's back four. Booked for late challenge on Soldado.
The Swede never got into the game and a frustrating afternoon was summed up by a booking for a late challenge on Rose. Replaced by Tettey 14 minutes from time.
R. van Wolfswinkel
The most threatening of the Norwich forwards. Tried hard but lacked service and denied by good blocks when chances did arrive.