All over at Leicester too, they've beaten Manchester City, Spurs will go second in the Premier League!
Talking of legends, Diego Rico fancies himself a Marco van Basten-style screamer... a tad too high.
Danny Rose almost turns into Ricky Villa... nope, the ball just slips away from him in the Bournemouth box.
Johnny Magrinho: Give Spurs a couple more games and they’ll not only be ahead of City in the league but they’ll have a better goal difference than them as well. 12 goals behind? That’s nothing.
HowePundit: With City not being able to keep clean sheets their commanding goal difference has all but vanished.
Darren Yan: Spurs need to score about a dozen more goals (on top of what they have now) to move to 2nd on goal difference.
No hat-trick for Son Heung-min, Fernando Llorente gets a run out.Copyright: Reuters
You get the sense Spurs are just trying to see this out now.
Think they're happy with five, eh...
Although Son Heung-min fancies a hat-trick, and he goes bombing forward to no avail.
Christian Eriksen gets a breather - Ben Davies come on.
Charlie Daniels has a crack, but his left-footed effort whistles just wide.
That would have been the best of the lot.
And there's a cheer at Wembley as that news filters through...
Meanwhile, Manchester City are behind at Leicester... that means Tottenham will be going second if it stays like this.
Harry Kane gets a rest, and it's 18-year-old Oliver Skipp to come on at Wembley.
Bournemouth have played some good stuff going forward, they've just been wide open at the back... Son Heung-min gets a booking for his challenge on Joshua King, who has just come on for the visitors. Forward's tackle, if ever there was one.
What a scramble! Too late for the Christmas goals and gaffes DVD...
Harry Kane somehow kept the ball alive when almost sitting down in the six-yard box, Danny Rose found himself on the floor too before Lucas Moura's drive was saved by Asmir Begovic.
The Bournemouth goalkeeper thought he had it, but Heung-min Son nipped in and managed to dribble it round the stranded keeper to poke into an empty net.
Surely they can't hit six again?Copyright: Reuters
Daniel Tinkler: Just 16 more goals and we go above Man City on goal difference..... It's on.
Amrul Choudhury: Spurs need to stop getting excited it's only Bournemouth.
Mr Spurfect: Looks like THFC fans will be partial to Arsenal drawing at Anfield at the weekend.
First chance for Lys Mousset as he combines with fellow substitute Diego Rico, only to nod wide from close range.
Bournemouth pressing for a consolation.
Spurs cannot switch off yet, though. Danny Rose is forced to scamper across goal and block Callum Wilson's goalbound effort from a tight angle.
Wilson now makes way for Lys Mousset.
Well, that's 10 goals in four days for Tottenham... not a bad 'Merry Christmas' to Spurs fans from Mauricio Pochettino and co.
Harry Kane does get his goal!
That is a wonderful pass from Christian Eriksen, who has time to look up and clip a well-weighted delivery into the striker's path and Kane does brilliantly to finish it first time, on the volley, sliding it left-footed beyond Asmir Begovic.
A fourth for Spurs. Now surely that is game over..Copyright: Reuters
Good battle between Callum Wilson and Juan Foyth.
The young Argentine defender just about manages to get back and block the England forward's cross.
Foyth then clears the resulting corner.Copyright: Reuters
Christian Eriksen might fancy a go from here, as Spurs win a free-kick 30 yards out.
Harry Kane is eyeing it up, too...
It is Kane, struck well but straight into the hands of Asmir Begovic.