Harry Kane makes history in Tottenham Hotspur rout of Everton

Harry Kane makes history in Tottenham Hotspur rout of Everton

Harry Kane makes history in Tottenham Hotspur rout of Everton

Antonio Conte's side could have moved above Manchester United and up to second but were outplayed by a Foxes team that wasted several good chances and ended the game with 10 men after Ben Chilwell picked up a second booking.

The Argentine was left purring again after watching Kane break the club's Premier League record, set by Teddy Sheringham, with a double that took his career tally to 98 goals in the 4-0 thrashing of Everton at Wembley.

The Toffees opted for the long ball on numerous occasions as they looked to use the height of new signing Cenk Tosun.

Son Heung-min who was also on target in the game also became the second Tottenham Hotspur player to score in five consecutive Premier League home games. "His life is probably fantastic at the moment".

Everton had no defenders anywhere near him, and rather than take the shot himself, Aurier had the foresight to put a low cross to a streaking Son who tapped it past Jordan Pickford.

Rivals Arsenal are in sixth just two points behind Tottenham and play Bournemouth away on Sunday.

TOTTENHAM: Lloris 6, Aurier 8, Sanchez 7, Vertonghen 7, Davies 7, Dier 7, Dembele 7, Eriksen 8, Son 9, Alli 8, Kane 8.

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"It's great for Tottenham if they can hang onto their players".

The 24-year-old is now level with former Liverpool and England midfielder Gerrard with six player of the month awards, the most for any player in the competition's history.

Allardyce's side are now winless in their last five Premier League games and have lost their last three.

While Sam Allardyce did his utmost, through mind-numbingly tiresome defensive tactics, to stifle and frustrate Tottenham, Mauricio Pochettino's men were up to the test. Totenham's fist good chance fell in the 15th minute to Son, whose flicked header from a Christian Eriksen free kick delivery skimmed inches over the crossbar.

Having hit eight hat-tricks in 2017 Kane was left looking for his first of 2018 in the final 20 minutes, but Spurs should have added a fourth from a different source when Son cut inside from the left flank only to drive his finish straight at Pickford, who also recovered to deny Alli from the follow-up.

With Harry Kane in town, this is an issue that Everton must address, or they run the risk of being embarrassed by the Tottenham forward.

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