The Dane provided the assist for Harry Kane's (£11.7m) decisive second goal, one of five key passes supplied by Eriksen in Sunday's contest.
Victor Wanyama (£4.8m) claimed bonus points for only the second time this season after scoring 28 in the BPS.
The Kenyan scored Spurs' opener with a soaring header, while he also completed 86% of his 52 passes and produced seven recoveries to earn two additional points.
The remaining goalscorers - Kane and Manchester United's Wayne Rooney (£8.6m) - were tied on 27 BPS, picking up a single bonus point apiece.
The latter provided three key passes, though his BPS total suffered after committing five fouls and having been tackled on three occasions.
Similarly, Kane also registered two key passes but committed three fouls and was tackled twice.
Kane, however, topped the ICT Index with a tally of 12.5, thanks to a Threat score of 64.
The striker registered five touches in the Man Utd penalty area, firing three of his four shots from close range.
Eriksen was the most inventive player on show in Sunday's contest, recording 78 for Creativity.
He succeeded with four of his 12 crosses, creating two big chances - or gilt-edged opportunities.
After scoring Spurs' final goal at White Hart Lane, Kane has now netted in his last seven home matches.
Captained by 235,000 (5.5%), Kane will now travel to Leicester City for his second fixture of Gameweek 37 on Thursday.
He is without a goal in five away matches, with a trip to relegated Hull City scheduled for the final day.
Scoring eight points, Eriksen is also tied with team-mate Dele Alli (£9.2m) on 209, with the pair ranked joint third in the FPL midfielder standings.
For Manchester United, Rooney's goal was his third in four Gameweek starts.