Tottenham have won the Barclays Asia Trophy after comfortably beating Premier League rivals Hull 3-0 at Beijing's Workers' Stadium.
A brace from captain Robbie Keane and a late Aaron Lennon strike secured the win in a game Spurs dominated for almost the full 90 minutes.
The performance will be especially pleasing for boss Harry Redknapp given the game was Tottenham's fourth in a week, while it capped impressive displays from his strike force following Jermain Defoe's winner against West Ham on Wednesday.
They took the lead in the 16th minute when a fine pass from Luka Modric found Keane and the Republic of Ireland captain unleashed a right-foot strike that was too much for Hull stopper Tony Warner.
Spurs continued to dominate possession at the start of the second half, comfortably spraying passes across the pitch as they patiently built towards an opening.
But Hull defended well and even started to exert some pressure of their own upon the Tottenham defence when in the 63rd minute a corner was cleared as far as Geovanni, who volleyed back towards goal where Zayatte was on hand to divert a header that Gomes did well to palm behind.
However, Spurs added a second in the 68th minute after Defoe chased onto a ball from Tom Huddlestone inside the area and was brought down by Warner. The referee had no hesitation pointing to the spot and Keane stepped up to coolly fire home beyond Warner's left hand.
Spurs carved open the Hull defence two minutes before the end for their third as an unmarked Kyle Naughton crossed across the face of goal for the onrushing Lennon to fire home.
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