Harry Kane surpassed Thierry Henry in the premier league scoring charts with his 175th and 176th premier league goals.
Kane produced another man of the match performance to send Everton closer towards the drop.
The England captain scored a brilliant brace to continue his fine run of form and some of his hold up play was phenomenal.
Both his goals were set up by the excellent Matt Doherty. For Kane’s first goal, the Irishman played a brilliant pass in behind Michael Keane and Kane made no mistake smashing past Jordan Pickford.
The Irishman then played a delightful chipped pass over the Everton defence for Kane to volley home with his weaker foot from a tight angle; it was the pick of the goals.
Spurs got the scoring underway after 14 minutes, with Ryan Sessegnon whipping a dangerous ball across the six yard box and Keane smashed the ball into his own net under pressure from Kane.
Son Heung-Min made it two three minutes later; The Lilywhites put together a great team move from front to back before Dejan Kulusevski played Son in behind and Pickford couldn’t keep his shot out.
Kane’s first goal in the 37th minute made it 3-0 to the hosts at half time.
Frank Lampard’s team talk at the break did not do much for his side as Sergio Reguilon converted from Kulusevski’s cross to make it 4-0 in the 46th minute. The Spaniard had only been on the pitch for 41 seconds.
Spurs striker scored his wonderful volley to round off the scoring and make it 5-0 to the North London outfit after 55 minutes.
Spurs played out the last 35 minutes with ease and could have won by double the scoreline.