Week 8 EPL fixture saw Tottenham pip Bournemouth at Wembley Stadium, according to Sky Sports. It was Christian Eriksen's 47th-minute strike that gave Spurs the deserving victory over a resolute Bournemouth side. Mauricio Pochettino's men maintained possession in most of the game, creating chances through long passes from the center midfield but were unable to utilize goal opportunities they had.

Nevertheless, Spurs were able to find a breakthrough courtesy of Christian Eriksen's brilliant finish. The victory marked Tottenham's first Premier League win at Wembley Stadium.

The home victory puts Spurs third with 17 points. Bournemouth is nineteenth, one point better than bottom-placed Crystal Palace, which has 3 points. Here's a summary of the match.

Tottenham outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Hugo Lloris (7.08). Defender - Kieran Trippier (7.69), Toby Alderweireld (7.32), Davinson Sánchez (7.81), Jan Vertonghen (6.89). Midfielder - Harry Winks (6.83), Eric Dier (7.11), Christian Eriksen (8.08), Dele Alli (6.65), Son Heung-Min (6.65). Forward - Harry Kane (6.72). Used substitutes - Georges-Kévin Nkoudou (six points), Moussa Sissoko (6.41), Fernando Llorente (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Tottenham often stole the ball from Bournemouth players and effective at setting up goal bound opportunities from both flanks.

Style of play: Mauricio Pochettino's side held more possession on Bournemouth's half, attacked through the right side and favored long shots.

Bournemouth outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Asmir Begovic (7.04). Defender - Adam Smith (six points), Nathan Aké (6.77), Simon Francis (6.72), Steve Cook (6.58), Charlie Daniels (6.18).

Midfielder - Andrew Surman (six points), Lewis Cook (6.45), Junior Stanislas (5.77). Forward - Joshua King (6.59), Dan Gosling (6.12). Used substitutes - Lys Mousset (5.99), Jermain Defoe (six points), Jordon Ibe (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Eddie Howe's men often lost possession to Tottenham

Style of play: the Cherries mainly attacked down the left wing and favored long balls.

Who's the Man of the Match?

Attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen was highly instrumental in the Spurs' triumph. Aside from scoring the winner, Eriksen impressively coordinated the midfield with his accurate defense splitting passes and went on to complete a total of 81 touches.

Both teams' week 8 matches

Bournemouth will face Stoke City on the road on Saturday, October 21. The following day, Tottenham will once again play at home to Liverpool.