Which Spurs players made the difference on the night?
✔️ GOOD PERFORMANCE
The England international continued his remarkable start to the season with a goal and assist in the first half of this match to effectively put it to bed before it have even got started. Another strong goalscoring and playmaking performance from the Spurs forward, particularly in his intelligent cross for Moura.
The Brazilian forward had only scored three goals in 12 appearances for Jose Mourinho's side this season prior to tonight's match, yet Moura was in the right place at the right time to convert Tottenham's second and never stopped looking like an attacking threat until he was substituted in the second half. He completed four dribbles and won an impressive nine of his 12 duels in a great all-round display.
In only his third full 90 minutes of the season for Tottenham, the Argentine attacking midfielder was awarded for his patience with a goal mid-way through the second half to deny Ludogorets any lingering suggestions of a late come back.
❌ BAD PERFORMANCE
There weren't too many 'bad' performances among the Tottenham players during this comfortable win but Gareth Bale will surely be wondering how the team's entire front line managed to score or set up a goal besides him. In only his second start of the season, the Welsh international looked as though he still had a bit of fitness to regain before he looks like his old self. His 36 touches in 65 minutes was the lowest of any starter except Harry Kane (subbed at half-time) and Joe Hart.
⭐ Ludogorets STAR MAN
This won't be a game the Bulgarian club will remember too fondly but it may be one that senior striker Claudiu Keseru will cherish, after scoring his first goal of the season to offer the home team a momentary surge of optimism before Tottenham's third goal.