That's all from me for the afternoon, and for this Premier League season, but you can follow all the reaction to today's game right here.
- Harry Kane eyeing second successive golden boot
- Hull already relegated to the Championship
- Tottenham guaranteed to finish second
That's it. The officials put Hull out of their misery. Tottenham have packed them off to the Championship with a hammering.
It's a hat-trick and the Golden Boot for Harry Kane as Spurs hit 86 points for the season.
When a centre half ends up tapping in unmarked in the opposition six-yard-box, you know it's been all too easy.
Hull have completely collapsed here and Spurs are proving ruthless.
Kieran Trippier whips in the cross this time for the defender to side-foot home without a Hull defender in sight.
That's perhaps the best of the lot!
Moussa Sissoko collects a loose ball after Christian Eriksen's free-kick hits the wall and the midfielder tees up Ben Davies, who hammers into the top corner from outside the box.
This time last year Spurs got beat 5-1 by a relegated side, but 12 months on they look a different team.
Even Moussa Sissoko nearly gets in on the act, he fires a fierce right-footed effort goalwards from the edge of the box and it's beaten away by David Marshall.
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Hull City lose possession in their own half and Dele Alli plays the prolific Tottenham forward in on goal.
Kane has all the time in the world to look up and beat David Marshall for his hat-trick and 29th league goal of the season.
Well, that Hull reprieve was shortlived.
Spurs win a free-kick to the right of the Hull box and Christian Eriksen - of course! - whips it to the back post where Victor Wanyama stoops in to head past David Marshall.
Hull have been much better since the break and deserve that goal.
In the end, they were queuing up to put it away.
Oumar Niasse's first effort was blocked inside the area, but he then tees up Sam Clucas to beat Hugo Lloris with a deflected effort.
Well, that's a rare sight... a Christian Eriksen pass to nobody.
Not sure what the Dane saw there? But his team-mates certainly weren't on his wavelength and that trickles out for a goal-kick.
He's had a superb season - 14 assists now in the Premier League.
It's, almost, turning into an end-to-end game at the KCOM.
Harry Kane is played in down the right and he floats a superbly-weighted cut back into the path of Dele Alli.
The Spurs midfielder takes it on his chest brilliantly and then tries to dink it over David Marshall, but the Hull goalkeeper has the reach to take that one.
Another half chance for the hosts.
Jarrod Bowen collects a long ball forward around 30 yards from goal, looks up and fancies his chances... but that goes harmlessly wide of the Spurs goal.
It would have been some way to impress on your Premier League debut.
Oooo, then another chance for Oumar Niasse. Another long pass forward, another loose ball and another shot from the edge of the box that's off target.
Oumar Niasse has been Hull's main outlet today, and it's the powerful forward who again causes a little bit of concern for the Tottenham defence.
He whips in a ball from the right and Toby Alderweireld has to be alert to cut out the danger.
Just a few signs that there might be a goal in this for Hull if Spurs switch off.
That Hull City corner seems to have woken Spurs up again in the second half.
The visitors get another chance almost immediately as Dele Alli nutmegs Josh Tymon and draws a foul.
Christian Eriksen then flashes a free-kick across goal and Harry Kane is inches away from connecting with a header.
Talking about strolls in the afternoon sunshine, Son Heung-min is played through on goal and then looks far too casual as he passes an effort straight at David Marshall.
The South Korean had acres of space in the Hull box but took an age to get a shot off. That should've been four.
Kieran Trippier has been good for Tottenham today, both going forward and in defence.
He set up Harry Kane's second but has made some serious yards up and down that right touchline to help out both his attack and defence.
Kamil Grosicki manages to squeeze in a cross this time though and it's a first corner for Hull, Andrea Ranocchia heads goalwards but it's an easy take for Hugo Lloris.
It's pretty quiet at the KCOM Stadium, which is perhaps no surprise given Hull have given their fans little to cheer this afternoon.
It was a stroll in the Humberside sun for Spurs in the first half, and there's been nothing in the opening few minutes of the second half to suggest that will change.
Right, here we go... 45 minutes left of Premier League football for the season.
Hull have made a change in a bid to rescue something from this one, Kamil Grosicki comes on in place of Curtis Davies.
Looks like a change of shape for the hosts.
Half-time and Tottenham are in complete control at the KCOM Stadium.
Well, well, well.
That's game, set and match you feel and this time it's Dele Alli who finishes off a fine Spurs move.
The visitors stream forward as Harry Kane finds Son Heung-min inside the box, who cuts back for Alli.
The Spurs mdifielder takes a touch to steady himself and then fires past David Marshall.
Hull's defence is non-existent.
Harry Kane has scored twice at one end, now he's doing some dirty work at the other.
Hull keep Tom Huddlestone's free-kick alive and Jarrod Bowen looks to latch on to the loose ball in the Spurs box, but Kane reacts first to stop any danger.
You get the feeling that Tottenham can cruise through the gears whenever they fancy, but there has been the odd moment when Hull have looked like breaking into the opposition half.
It's 20-year-old Jarrod Bowen who carries them forward this time, before being bundled over by a retreating Victor Wanyama.
Almost a Premier League right of passage.
Another good stop from David Marshall, but one the Hull keeper would have expected to make.
Eric Dier rose highest to meet Ben Davies' corner and powered a header downwards, but Marshall collected despite Dele Alli lurking in front of him in the six-yard-box.
Tottenham spring into life and it takes a smart save from David Marshall to stop Son Heung-min adding to the visitors' lead.
Harry Kane slides a ball through to Ben Davies, who pulls it back for Son on the penalty spot and his goal-bound effort is palmed away by the Hull City stopper.
It's no wonder the Hull players look shattered once they get on the ball, as Spurs are popping it around for fun when they're in possession.
Oumar Niasse is one man who looks like he never runs out of energy, though, and he latches on to a long ball before trying to beat five at the back for Spurs on his own.
Jan Vertonghen slides in with the sort of summer tackle that would leave you or I with sheet-sticking grass burns and then goes on a dribble of his own.
Well that's better from the hosts.
Hull string a decent passing move together for the first time and it reaches Tom Huddlestone, who spreads the ball wide to Sam Clucas and he lofts it forward.
Oumar Niasse tries to nod it down for a team-mate but Victor Wanyama mops up for Spurs.
Dele Alli is enjoying himself this afternoon, he receives the ball on the touchline and turns inside before opening up with a jinking run and striding towards the Hull penalty box.
The hosts regroup, but it's Spurs on the attack again with Son Heung-min before Omar Elabdellaoui gets a toe in to put the ball out for a throw.
Here's an indication of just how dominant Spurs have been in the opening 25 minutes...
Only Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen of Tottenham's outfield players occupy average positions in their own half.
Final-day matches mean a chance to try new things, and that corner routine from Spurs is certainly something from the training ground.
Ben Davies, low to Eric Dier at the front post, back to Harry Kane and then whipped in to Dele Alli at the back post... but he can't connect.
Back to the drawing board.
Hull need to settle here.
This game might mean nothing in terms of league position, but it could get embarrassing for the Championship-bound hosts.
Tottenham look like they might score with every attack.
Spurs are ripping Hull apart.
Harry Kane, having just scored his 28th goal of the season, nearly completes his hat-trick as Dele Alli backheels a pass into the forward's path and only a toe from a Hull defender stops him getting a clean shot on goal.
A great move from Tottenham and no guesses for who's on the end of it...
Eric Dier chips a diagonal pass into the path of Kieran Trippier and the onrushing full-back side foots a volleyed pass across goal for Harry Kane to tap in.
One shot, one goal and Harry Kane steps one foot closer to that Golden Boot.
That's 27 now for the Tottenham man.
He picks up the ball on the edge of the Hull area, finds space and fires a low, left-footed drive beyond a stranded David Marshall.
First meaningful shot at goal and it's come for the hosts.
Son Heung-min tries to scramble his way out of trouble but gets caught dribbling across his own half and Oumar Niasse tries an effort from distance.
That's not troubling Hugo Lloris, the Frenchman watches it go wide.
Jarrod Bowen is making his first Premier League start for Hull and has had a couple of assured touches already.
He helps one on towards Oumar Niasse but the forward can't quite gather.
Hull are looking to hit Spurs on the break whenever one of the visitors' attacks breaks down.
End of season vibe? It's a bit scrappy in the opening few moments at the KCOM Stadium.
Harry Kane has just deflected a clearance wide of the Hull goal, it came after he looked unsure whether to trap the ball with his knee or chest and ended up in a squatting position trying to do both.
Here we go, it's Victor Wanyama who gets Tottenham under way...