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Spurs put on a four-star display against Queens Park Rangers at the weekend.
Easily dispatching Queens Park Rangers on Sunday afternoon, Spurs emerged victorious on a scoreline of 4-0.
Firing on all cylinders, the Lilywhites showed no mercy in front of goal as they treated their fans to some clinical football.
Of course, they would have expected to win the game. After all, QPR are a newly promoted side, and despite their wealth and capable squad of players, they've found it tough to adjust so far.
Nonetheless, Tottenham did what was asked of them and continued their unbeaten start to the season. And they managed to do so with a bit of style, as well as substance.
The next task for them is to show continuity. With qualification to the Europa League proper pretty much wrapped up, it will be interesting to see how they react on the pitch against AEL Limassol.
The likelihood is, though, that we will see them come out looking for a big win, because now that the results are falling their way, the priority will be to capitalise on their good start—to perpetuate the pep in their step.
After all, sitting back looking for a draw with a weakened side will only serve to send out the wrong signal.
Another genuine positive from the weekend win over their London rivals that the fans will hope to see replicated during the week was their desire to put inferior sides to the sword.
Against Harry Redknapp's men, they continued to look for more goals and were audacious in their attempts, typified by Christian Eriksen's quality free-kick that cannoned off the crossbar. But they were also eager and willing—a trait that should serve them well in the long run.