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Summary

  1. Danny Rose returns for Spurs
  2. Spurs with one win from past 10 matches
  3. Swansea make two changes
  4. Mike van der Hoorn and Jefferson Montero come in

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'Could have been double figures'

    Tottenham 5-0 Swansea

    Clive Allen

    Former Spurs & England forward at White Hart Lane for 5 live sports extra

    This could have been double figures with the chances Spurs have created in the second half. That goal was too easy, Sissoko wasn't tracked and he had time to control it and roll it into Eriksen's path.

  2. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 5-0 Swansea

    A commanding win for Tottenham. 

    Swansea were abject. They are bottom of the Premier League table, so long as Sunderland hold on at home to Leicester. 

    General view of the scoreboard at full time
  3. GOAL- Tottenham 5-0 Swansea

    Christian Eriksen

    Insult to injury. 

    This late in the game there are some tired legs out there. And there'll be some very furrowed brows in that Swansea dressing room as Christian Eriksen fires in low after Moussa Sissoko's lay-off.

    hristian Eriksen celebrates
  4. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Danny Rose, behave yourself. The England left-back booms over on his left foot from range. 

    Three minutes added on.

  5. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Let's leave the philosophy for the post-match chat Jamie. Magnus, I admire your optimism.

    All we know from here is: Swansea have been very poor.

  6. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Magnus BK: Next week Swansea will score 4 goals, and get the draw.....  

    Seth: Swansea are getting paid for sacking Gary Monk too quickly. They should have given him time. Relegation looms.

    Jamie Frost: Do Swansea file a missing person report for each individual, or for their midfield as a collective?  

    Bob Bradley
  7. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Harry Kane, still battling for that hat-trick goal, gamely chases down Dele Alli's first-time flick up the park. 

    Will there be one more chance for the England man?

  8. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    The silky smooth Mousa Dembele comes off with Harry Winks on in his place in midfield. 

    The home side are cruising here.

  9. Terrible miss!

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    He's still trying to work out how this happened. 

    Victor Wanyama looks up to the heavens after missing an easy chance to finish from close range. Christian Eriksen's pass across goal just needed a smash home, but Wanyama fluffed his lines hugely. 

    Just put your foot through it!

  10. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Another fine stop from Lukasz Fabianski to keep out Kyle Walker's fierce low drive. 

    He has had a very busy afternoon indeed, the Swansea stopper.

  11. 'Catalogue of errors for Swansea'

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Clive Allen

    Former Spurs & England forward at White Hart Lane for 5 live sports extra

    That was a catalogue of errors from Swansea. There were opportunities to make challenges and no-one did. I'm not sure whether Amat kicks the ball against Eriksen and it popped off his shoulder and into the back of the net. It's an emphatic victory for Spurs.

  12. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Changes.

    Moussa Sissoko comes on for Spurs, Son Heung-min coming off. 

    Swansea winger Wayne Routledge comes on for Modou Barrow in a like-for-like swap.

    Plus, Swans midfielder Leroy Fer was booked for a foul in the build-up to that goal. 

  13. GOAL - Tottenham 4-0 Swansea

    Christian Eriksen

    Another Spurs wave, this time it sticks. 

    Dele Alli is played in on the left of the area, Lukasz Fabianksi comes to smother but can only deflect the prodded shot up and into the path of Christian Eriksen, who nods home one of the easiest goals of his career. This is emphatic.

    Christian Eriksen celebrates
  14. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Surely it's only a matter of time. He really wants his third goal, Harry Kane. 

    Lukasz Fabianski does brilliantly to get down low and tip the England striker's fizzing drive wide of the near stick. 

  15. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Harry Kane slides the ball in the net - is it the hat-trick? No. 

    Offside. Correct decision. So the wait goes on. A lovely finish though. 

    There's no sign of Swansea getting back in this.

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Jefferson Montero's barely had a sniff on the wing today. Tired legs by now no doubt, too. He's off and replaced by midfielder Borja Baston. 

  17. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Christian Eriksen's already had a couple to get his eye in already and this free-kick is the closest he's come today.

    Wicked dip, pace, but just off the mark. Lukasz Fabianksi plunged to his right but breathes a sigh of relief, if he's not too winded, to see it fly wide.

  18. YELLOW CARD

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Jordi Amat goes in the book for a cynical hold on Dele Alli with the England man looking to latch on to a breakaway through ball. That one actually was a foul.

    They're after more here, Spurs.

  19. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 Swansea

    Kyle Walker's been excellent today. Battered by Neil Taylor's boot in the opening stages, he's soldiered on with a cut eyebrow and a bandaged wrist. A constant menace down the right and solid at the back too. 

    Harry Kane picks up the baton now, charging back to deny Swansea space between Spurs' midfield and back four.