As it stands - the win moved us back to within five points of leaders Leicester, who beat Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park. Arsenal beat Everton to stay third and United beat City in the Manchester derby, meaning we're 10 points clear of City in fourth and 11 clear of fifth-placed West Ham.
Harry's latest milestone - Harry Kane took his Premier League tally to 21 with his double and that means he's the first Spur to score 20 league goals in back-to-back seasons since Martin Chivers in 1970-71 and 1971-72.
Below: Christian Eriksen's match numbers
Goals v Bournemouth - Kane (44 seconds, 1-0; 16 minutes, 2-0), Eriksen (52, 3-0).
Keeping the ball - we had 63% possession over the 90 minutes.
Below: Harry Kane's second goal finished a 10-pass move
Shooting boots - we had 17 attempts at goal (including blocked) to Bournemouth's two. That included eight on target, of which Harry Kane hit four.
Passing game - we completed 594 passes to Bournemouth's 323. Kevin Wimmer completed most with 82 while the biggest combination was Danny Rose to Christian Eriksen (18).
Getting stuck in - Mousa Dembele led the way with five successful tackles as we made 40 in the game.
Below:The chalkboard shows our efforts at goal
Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose, Dier (Chadli 90), Dembele, Lamela (Carroll 66), Alli (Mason 81), Eriksen, Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Walker-Peters, Trippier, Son.
Bournemouth (4-4-2) - Boruc, Smith, Francis (c), Cook, Daniels, Surman, Arter (O’Kane 46), Ritchie, Gradel (Pugh 70), King, Afobe (Grabban 46). Substitutes (not used): Federici, Gosling, Elphick, Distin.
Yellow cards - Bournemouth - Francis.
Referee - Neil Swarbrick.
Attendance - 36,084.
Next up - a number of players will now go on international duty and our next Premier League outing is at Liverpool on Saturday, April 2 (5.30pm).