Spurs fell behind three times to goals from Crysencio Summerville and a Rodrigo double but on each occasion found an equaliser, with Harry Kane, Davies and Bentancur getting the goals.
Moments after his leveller, the Uruguayan scored again to seal a dramatic win, while Tyer Adams was sent off late on for the visitors.
Dan Kilpatrick was at White Hart Lane to rate the Spurs players...
Hugo Lloris 5
Well beaten for all three Leeds goals although would have expected more from his defenders.
Eric Dier 4
Poor for Leeds first two goals. Going into the World Cup in dismal form.
Clement Lenglet 6
Neither the cause of the defensive chaos nor a solution. Hooked before the hour.
Ben Davies 8
Levelled the game at 2-2 with a thunderous strike. Put in a committed display on the eve of Wales’ first World Cup in over half a century.
Emerson Royal 4
Missed Spurs’ two best chances of the first half and was sloppy defensively. His quick throw led to Spurs’ second equaliser but fans are losing patience with him.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 6
Lost out to Brenden Aaronson in the build up to Leeds’ opening goal in a more ragged than usual display.
Rodrigo Bentancur 9
Increasingly proving a clutch player for Conte’s side. Scored two late goals to seal a sensational win.
Ivan Perisic 6
Involved in Kane’s goal with a dangerous corner but largely quiet.
Dejan Kulusevski 9
Made the winning goal with a sublime piece of wing play and was Spurs’ biggest threat all game. How they have missed him.
Added intensity in the final third but looked rusty on his return to the starting XI. Missed a 1v1 with Ilan Meslier.
Harry Kane 7
Equalised in the first half with a clever touch and showed no signs of the fatigue which forced him off early at Nottingham Forest mid-week.
Davinson Sanchez (Lenglet 57’) 6
Beaten by Rodrigo for Leeds’ third goal but put in some big challenges and caused a nusiance of himself in the box before Bentancur’s first.
Matt Doherty (Emerson 57’) 7
Added a threat down the right and was involved in the build up to Spurs’ third goal with a dangerous cross.
Yves Bissoima (Richarlison 68’) 7
A bright cameo. Got away from Adams for the Leeds man’s second booking.
Lucas Moura (Kulusevski 89’) N/A
Not used: Forster, Skipp, Gil, Spence, Tanganga.