Spurs ran out 5-0 winners in a dominant display over Premier League strugglers Swansea at White Hart Lane.

Harry Kane grabbed two goals for Tottenham either side of a glorious strike from Heung-Min Son.

Christian Eriksen then added a brace of his own late on to complete the rout.

Kane was the first Spurs player to test Lukasz Fabianski in the Swansea goal, when his header from a Kyle Walker cross in the 19th minute was pushed over the bar.

Walker was the next to go close, beating Neil Taylor and cutting inside before unleashing a powerful shot, which Fabianski was once again equal to.

Spurs finally took the lead on 38 minutes. Kyle Naughton caught Deli Alli’s trailing leg in the box and referee Jonathan Moss awarded a penalty.

Kane’s spot kick sent Fabianski the wrong way and put the home side a goal ahead.

It did not take long for Tottenham to double their advantage through an acrobatic effort from Son.

Eriksen’s first-time shot took a fortunate deflection off Swans centre back Mike van der Hoorn and looped towards the winger, who finished with a sublime volley.

Minutes after the break, Spurs were three up, when Kane grabbed his second of the game.

Dele Alli put Son in behind Swansea’s back four and although it appeared the South Korean had spurned the opportunity, his cutback fell into the path of an onrushing Kane, who blasted home.

Tottenham added a forth on the 70-minute mark, when Fabianski could only parry Alli’s effort and Eriksen was able to bundle the ball in at the far post after wrestling with van der Hoorn.

TV funnyman and Spurs fan Michael McIntyre was spotted in the stands before kick-off, but the most comedic thing on display at White Hart Lane all afternoon was the visitors’ defending.

Manager Mauricio Pochettino gave Moussa Sissoko a chance to impress from the bench- and the Frenchman set up Erikson’s second in injury time.

In truth, Tottenham's margin of victory could, and perhaps should have been wider.

The hosts missed a hatful of chances in the second half, most notably Victor Wanyama's air shot inside the six yard box in the 77th minute.

Spurs will now sign off their disappointing Champions League campaign against CSKA Moscow at Wembley on Wednesday, before travelling to Manchester United next Sunday.