Christian Eriksen netted twice for the second Premier League game running at White Hart Lane as we cruised to a 3-0 win against Hull City on Wednesday evening.
Eriksen struck either side of half-time to put us in control of the game before Victor Wanyama grabbed his second goal for the club with 27 minutes remaining to secure the points.
The Danish midfielder had full-backs Danny Rose and Kyle Walker to thank for assisting both his goals, the first coming after 14 minutes when Rose surged down the left and set up Eriksen to drill home from 15 yards.
Former Spur Jake Livermore was twice denied by Hugo Lloris before Hull’s goalkeeper David Marshall made a good stop from Dele before the break, while Livermore was in the thick of the action again on 60 minutes when he saw a shot blocked by Rose before his second attempt was saved by Lloris.
We were always the more dominant side though and doubled our lead three minutes later, Walker this time breaking into the area to deliver a low cross which Eriksen tapped in at the back post.
And the points were wrapped up in the 73rd minute when Eriksen brought an excellent save out of Marshall with a 25-yard free-kick, the keeper tipping the ball onto the post, but he was helpless to prevent Wanyama converting the rebound.
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