England striker Harry Kane scored a clinical first-half hat-trick in 23 minutes as Tottenham Hotspur rebounded from their midweek European disappointment to overwhelm Stoke City 4-0.
Tottenham's victory put them above Manchester City into second place in the English Premier League, 10 points behind leaders Chelsea.
Kane put the home team ahead in the 14th minute with his 100th goal in club football, with 84 of them coming for Spurs.
He added another 18 minutes later, volleying in from a corner and completed his third treble in six weeks with a deflected shot. Dele Alli made it 4-0 before half-time from Kane's cross.
It was a stunning individual performance by the 23-year-old Londoner, who had previously scored hat-tricks against West Bromwich Albion on January 14 and then at Fulham in the FA Cup last Sunday.
The team's display also justified manager Mauricio Pochettino's decision to field an unchanged side despite Spurs having less than 72 hours' rest after going out of the Europa League against Gent at Wembley on Thursday.
Mid-table Stoke, in contrast, derived no benefit from having had 15 days without a game and were outplayed throughout.