Harry Kane fired a second-half brace to develop into Tottenham’s all-time main Premier League scorer in a formidable Four-Zero victory over Everton at Wembley Stadium.
The in-form Son Heung-min opened the scoring for the house facet along with his fifth consecutive residence league purpose halfway by way of the primary half earlier than Kane doubled their lead moments after the interval.
Kane was readily available to faucet residence his second of the night time shortly earlier than the hour mark to internet his 98th Premier League purpose and surpass Teddy Sheringham because the north London membership’s report marksman, with Christian Eriksen finishing the rout within the closing phases.
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Star man – Son Heung-min
Typically an unsung hero amongst Spurs’ ranks, Son performed a pivotal function on this success. His power, ability and goal triggered quite a few issues for the Everton defence and he deservedly capped his efficiency with a purpose – his fifth in a row at residence within the league – and an help. The previous Bayer Leverkusen man additionally fantastically slipped Dele Alli by way of on purpose, rattled a submit, and was denied a second by Jordan Pickford.
Second of the match
After giving Spurs a slender half-time lead, Son helped them make the best begin to the second interval with a chic piece of ability. The South Korea ahead turned Jonjoe Kenny with ease halfway contained in the Everton half after which outpaced the full-back as he raced ahead to drill throughout purpose and provides Kane a easy purpose.
Kane is now Tottenham’s highest goalscorer within the Premier League after his second-half brace moved him on to 98, one forward of Sheringham.
View from the bench
Everton supervisor Sam Allardyce reduce a pissed off determine on the touchline as he regarded on helplessly as his facet’s poor run continued with a complete defeat to superior opponents. After a vibrant begin below Allardyce, the Toffees have now misplaced 4 in a row in all competitions and are winless in six. Regardless of a reasonably uninspiring first-half efficiency, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino had little to be involved about as they moved stage on factors with fourth-placed Liverpool.
Tottenham: Hugo Lloris 6 (out of 10), Serge Aurier 7, Davinson Sanchez 7, Jan Vertonghen 7, Ben Davies 7, Eric Dier 6, Mousa Dembele 7, Son Heung-min 9, Christian Eriksen eight, Dele Alli 7, Harry Kane 9. Subs: Victor Wanyama (on for Dier, 74) 6, Moussa Sissoko (on for Dembele, 82) 5, Erik Lamela (on for Eriksen, 87) 5.Everton: Jordan Pickford 6, Jonjoe Kenny 5, Mason Holgate 6, Phil Jagielka 5, Cuco Martina 5, James McCarthy 5, Idrissa Gueye 6, Yannick Bolasie 5, Wayne Rooney 6, Gylfi Sigurdsson 6, Cenk Tosun 6. Subs: Aaron Lennon (on for Bolasie, 57) 5, Dominic Calvert-Lewin (on for Tosun, 62) 5, Morgan Schneiderlin (on for McCarthy, 72) 5.
Who’s up subsequent?
Southampton v Tottenham (Premier League, January 21)
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