Some have suggested that Spurs were underwhelming in victory, but, Tottenham fans, how often in recent times have they failed to get a result in a game like this? At the end of the season, three points will always be three points, regardless of how they are earned.
In their next two league games, Spurs face Queens Park Rangers at White Hart Lane and Fulham at Craven Cottage. Tottenham will expect to win both of these games, and if either Newcastle or Chelsea slip, look for Spurs to join the top four.
Here are Tottenham's best players from their win at Ewood Park.