Bournemouth made the perfect start when Matt Ritchie opened the scoring in the first minute, but Harry Kane equalised with a penalty before goals from Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela handed them the advantage at half time.
Kane completed his hat-trick in the second half as Spurs pulled away from the hosts to move up to sixth.
Read below to find out how the action unfolded.
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"From our perspective, this season was always going to be really tough and an incredible learning experience, not just for myself but the rest of the squad. Everyone will see the experience of City as a negative, but we are trying to embrace it as a positive to see how far we have to go to be competitive with these teams," he told reporters.
"The boys are disappointed from the defeat to Anderlecht but I think it's important that we pick ourselves up and move on," he told the club's website.
"It's not going to be easy. Bournemouth are a great team, they have got a lot of strengths but so have we, so hopefully we are going to go there, play our own game and try to get the three points."
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