- Fernando Llorente scores first Spurs goal after 20 minutes.
- Son Hueng-Min doubles the lead.
- Georges Kevin-N'Koudou nets maiden goal for Tottenham.
- Tottenham can progress to the last 16 with an unbeaten record by avoiding defeat to Apoel.
- Mauricio Pochettino's side already assured of top spot in Group H.
- Apoel still chasing Europa League qualification and must better Borussia Dortmund's result against Real Madrid to finish third.
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Well that brings an end to our coverage of the Champions League group stage for another season. The next time we'll pick up this competition will be in February when the last 16 stage begins. We will have the draw for you on Monday when the record five sides go into the hat.
Between then and now we'll have the concluding games from the Europa League for you tomorrow night. Arsenal take on BATE Borisov at the Emirates. But until then, it's a very goodnight.
Full time: Tottenham 3-0 Apoel
Job done for Tottenham. They progress to the Champions League last 16 with the highest points total from the group stage, with five wins and a draw from their six games. Fernando Llorente and Georges Kevin-N'Koudou got their first Spurs goals either side of Son Heung-Min's curled effort.
Five Premier League sides in the round of 16, the first time that has ever happened in the competition's history.
Now here comes Sterling, the Jamaican youngster, who replaces Dele Alli. Less than two minutes left. There shouldn't be any added on time.
Sterling has been on the touchline for around eight minutes now, with the ball yet to go out. Tottenham just playing out time, but the youngster remains frustrated.
Kazaiah Sterling about to make his Tottenham debut. Lots of firsts out there for the home side tonight. Very satisfactory evening for Pochettino, bar the head injury suffered by Danny Rose.
GOAL! Tottenham 3-0 Apoel (Georges Kevin-N'Koudou)
Another debut Tottenham goal and it comes for Georges Kevin-N'Koudou, who has been rewarded for an impressive display with the third goal. He twists and turns inside the Apoel box, uses Dele Alli as a decoy run and he fires home via a deflection.
So who could Tottenham face in the last 16? The likes of Bayern Munich and Juventus have progressed as group runners-up, but there are some more enticing ties for Spurs in the form of FC Porto, Basel, Sevilla and Shakhtar Donetsk. The draw is at 11am on Monday, 11 December.
This game has descended into the pace of a training match. Apoel have had a brief spell but that has come and gone. Tottenham in control and could score a third if they fancy it. Just running down the clock now.
Danny Rose the latest Tottenham man in the referee's notebook after he shoves Roland Sallai to the floor. Not a clever ting to do, though Rose does need some treatment on a facial injury, which blood coming from a cut.
The England man leaves the field in fact and Kyle Walker-Peters will come on.
Couldn't have said it better myself. Very impressive display.
Yellow card for Serge Aurier for going over the top of the ball amid a challenge on Aloneftis. To be honest with you, referee Giorgos Donis could have shown a red there.
Nkoudou, who has been decent down the left and he forces Perez into a good low save. It is not Winks or Alli who is withdrawn but instead Son Heung-Min who makes way for Dembele.
Mousa Dembele being prepped for Tottenham. Harry Winks or Dele Alli will surely be withdrawn.
Tottenham should have their third. Danny Rose's cross causes chaos and the ball breaks to Llorente, but he misses the ball from his acrobatic effort. Sissoko tests Perez from the follow-up but Apoel escapes without any further damage.
If Man City lose to Shakhtar.....
Son curls home Tottenham's second before the break.
Chance for Apoel, and easily their best. Vouros takes aim from the right-corner of the penalty area and it needs Danny Rose's outstretched leg to turn the ball behind and beyond Vorm.
Mauricio Pochettino will be content with his team's display.
Back under way at Wembley. No changes, and to be honest, no point. This game is done.
Half-time: Tottenham 2-0 Apoel
Easy peasy for Tottenham and they are putting the icing on their Champions League group campaign here. Fernando Llorente has his maiden Spurs goal, and he made the second for Son Heung-Min before the break. The Greek fans have created plenty of noise, but their team has been woeful as Apoel head for an exit from European competition.
A goal and an assist for Fernando Llorente tonight. His Tottenham career is very much off and running.
GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Apoel (Son Heung-Min)
And that should be that. Some patient build-up from Tottenham ends with Son twisting and turning, laying the ball off to Llorente who plays the ball back and the South Korean curls home from 20 yards.
Just about sums it up.
Danny Rose plays a raking pass back inside his own half beyond the stretch of Aurier, who can only toe-poke the ball out of play back inside the Tottenham final third. Spurs have been really sloppy but Apoel have been so poor they've been unable to take advantage. And to be honest they don't look capable.