The England striker Jermain Defoe scored five second-half goals as an irresistible Tottenham Hotspur demolished Wigan Athletic 9-1 to go fourth in the Premier League.
Defoe stunned the hapless visitors with a mesmerising second-half blitz at White Hart Lane after Spurs had gone in 1-nil up at the break thanks to a ninth-minute Peter Crouch header.
After hitting the bar in the 34th minute, Defoe opened his account in the 51st and wasted no time in completing his hat-trick seven minutes later.
He then netted again in the 69th and completed his tally with a right-foot shot three minutes from time as Tottenham fans sang "we want 10".
Aaron Lennon also struck in the 64th while shell-shocked Wigan keeper Chris Kirkland added to the goal tally in the 88th when a David Bentley shot rebounded off the angle, hit him on the back and went in.
Croatia's Niko Kranjcar scored in the dying seconds to wrap up Tottenham's biggest win for 32 years, and their biggest ever in the Premier League.