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Tottenham Hotspur totally destroyed and decimated Hull City in their final game of the Premier League thrashing the Tigers 7-1 at the KCOM Arena.
Spurs were off to a brilliant start with striker Harry Kane scoring a quickfire double in space of two minutes. Dele Alli made it three on the verge of half-time. Sam Clucas pulled one back in the 66th minute, but Victor Wanyama restored Tottenham’s three-goal cushion soon afterwards.
Kane then completed his second hat-trick in the space of three days to make it 5-1 before Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld added the sixth and the seventh for Spurs late in the game.
Here is how the Tottenham players fared on the day:
Had little to do in the first period and made a fine stop from a Tom Huddlestone effort. No chance for the goal.
Brilliant. Set Kane up for the second with a volleyed cross, before picking out Alderweireld with pinpoint accuracy late in the game. Irrespective of whether Kyle Walker stays or not, should be first choice next season.
Had it very easy defensively today. Composed and calm. Got his first goal of the season late in the game.
His mistake led to the consolation goal for the Tigers, but other than that an assured display alongside his compatriot.
Solid defensively, brilliant on the forward runs. Great to see his name on the scoresheet. Has come a long way in the last few months.
Controlled the midfield brilliantly allowing the creative players to prosper around him. Scored a good header.
Equally good alongside Wanyama in the middle of the park. Broke up play all day long and played an important role in the lead up to the opener.
Returned to line-up and pulled the strings for Tottenham in the attacking third. Set up the opener for Kane and the fourth goal for Wanyama’s strike from a free-kick. Sensational.
Beautiful finish on the stroke of half-time to put his side three goals up. Set Kane up for his third goal with a back-heel.
Continued where he left off against Leicester. An unselfish and a hard-working display from the South Korean. Teed Alli up for the third goal.
Absolutely sensational. A second hat-trick in three days allowed him to easily clinch his second consecutive golden boot award. World Class.
Replaced Eric Dier in the 73rd minute. Drove Spurs forward from the midfield.
Came on for Alli in the 73d minute. Almost scored himself. Set Davies up for the sixth strike.
Replaced Kane for the last ten minutes.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 21, 2017
— Hotspur Lane (@HotspurLane) May 21, 2017
This is the Spurs team I've waited most of my life for. A swashbuckling, ruthless, stylish and swaggering winning machine. #COYS
— Ergo (@SniersMoregut) May 21, 2017
+60 goal difference
Unbeaten at home
Most goals scored
Least goals conceded
What a side we have. #TottenhamHotspur
— joe del grosso (@luigiflipflop) May 21, 2017
— bishal (@bishall_) May 21, 2017
So, now it's over, where r all those… "#Tottenham have to invest huge on big players. Last season was a one-off…." guys? Let's be avin u
— Lyall Thomas (@SkySportsLyall) May 21, 2017
— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) May 21, 2017