Gareth Bale scored in either half as Tottenham Hotspur comfortably returned to winning ways with a 4-0 victory over Burnley.
Bale opened the scoring after only 68 seconds when he converted Son Heung-min’s cross.
Jay Rodriguez had a header saved at the other end before Spurs asserted their dominance.
Bale’s sumptuous long pass picked out Harry Kane, who doubled the home side’s lead on 14 minutes.
Lucas Moura added a third just past the half-hour with a low shot from Sergio Reguilon’s cross.
And Bale sealed the win with his second strike in the 55th minute, curling in after another assist from Son.
Burnley’s Nick Pope prevented Spurs grabbing more goals with smart saves from Kane and Son.
Spurs move up to eighth with 39 points while a first defeat in five keeps Burnley in 15th on 28 points, five points above the bottom three.