As it stands - The win saw us leapfrog City into second place in the Premier League after Leicester's 3-1 win at the Etihad in the early kick-off.
Six shooters - We've won six matches on the trot in all competitions and four on the spin in the Premier League.
First for Kieran - Kieran Trippier scored his first Spurs goal, first Premier League goal in 43 appearances and first since New Year's Day, 2014 when he was on target for Burnley in the Championship against Huddersfield.
Dele involved again - Dele Alli provided the assist for Kieran's goal and has now played a part in 11 goals in his last 14 league games (six goals, five assists).
Shooting boots - We had 26 efforts at goal (including blocks) to Watford's three. That includes nine on target to Watford's nil. Eight of our shots on target came from inside the box. Heurelho Gomes made eight saves. The corner count was also 15-1 in our favour.
Keeping the ball - We enjoyed 66% possession in both halves.
Passing game - We made 546 passes to Watford's 281. Toby Alderweireld led the way with 62.
Getting stuck in - Watford were forced to make 42 tackles as we dominated. We made 22.
Below: Christian Eriksen's 12 passes to Erik Lamela
Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c), Trippier, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Davies, Dier, Dembele, Lamela (Son 72), Eriksen (Carroll 90+1), Chadli (Alli 61), Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Walker, Rose, Mason.
Watford (4-2-3-1) - Gomes (c), Nyom, Britos (Prodl 54), Cathcart, Ake, Suarez (Behrami 46), Watson, Capoue, Jurado, Abdi (Deeney 46), Ighalo. Substitutes (not used): Pantilimon, Anya, Holebas, Amrabat.
Yellow cards - Watford - Capoue.
Referee - Roger East.
Attendance - 35,997.