Harry Kane scored a hat-trick as Tottenham produced a clinical display to beat Maccabi Haifa 7-2 and qualify for the Europa League group stage.
Jose Mourinho made nine changes to the squad that will face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, with Toby Alderweirld and Steven Bergvision remaining the only players.
But so far there has been no starting point for Dale Ali, who was substituted with only 105 minutes of action at the end of the term.
After a back-and-forth against the locomotive Plovdiv and FK Shandenija in the previous round, Spurs decided not to live by the repetition and assured Kane that they would not return after just two minutes.
Bergwijen connected well with Ben Davis on the left and kicked Kane out with a fine cross to tap the striker into the empty net.
The Israeli side adopted an awakened call through an early strike and the Spurs goal began to die down as they approached midfielder Mohammed Abu Fani.
The visitors looked confidently in possession and proved they were no pushover when Tajaron Cherry made a spectacular effort from 25 yards before QPR and it turned Jo Hart into a corner above the back whistle.
But just two minutes after Maccabi drew level, Burgavis whipped a corner on the front post and Lucas Maura skillfully headed his header into the far corner to re-establish the lead.
Despite the lack of a clear cut for the Spurs, they were showing a cutting edge against the goal and extended their lead in minutes on minutes when Giovanna Low Celso turned home from 15 yards out amid a melee in the Maccabi Haifa penalty area.
Argentina then doubled their overall tally for the club with another well-rounded finish with a dip on goalkeeper Josh Cohen after some good work from Kane.
Ali emerged from the tunnel with a smile on his face and there was no reward for guessing why the midfielder took Low Celso on break.
But those visitors were laughing when referee Rudy Buquette pointed to the venue when Matt Doherty decided to handle inside the area and Nikita Rukavaiyat gave them a spark of hope at 4-2.
His joy was short-lived when oddly another penalty was awarded, this time for the Spurs and again for the handball ball. Kane landed and made no mistake about catching his second night.
To his credit, Maccabi Haifa did not give up trying to get a goal back, and Rukavyats was unlucky to see the flag of side fussing in front of him after a penalty for defeating Hart.
Kane sealed his hat-trick to go to the book before Mourinho’s immediate withdrawal with Sunday’s game against Manchester United on his mind.
There was still another penalty time left as Ali’s fraud in the Bucks won a foul to Bogdan Planic and he beat the goalkeeper to secure a decisive victory for the Spurs ahead of the decisive game at Old Trafford.
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