Harry Kane’s superb scoring streak continued as Tottenham, Kane went to the highest point of the Premier League scoring diagrams with an objective in every half to take his count for the season to 19 – one more than Everton’s Romelu Lukaku whose 80th-minute objective started an energetic finale.
Harry Kane’s superb scoring streak continued as Tottenham
Second-put Tottenham’s ninth back to back home triumph took them to 56 focuses from 27 amusements. Chelsea, who confront a dubious London derby at West Ham United on Monday, have 63.
Tottenham’s fans unexpectedly sang: “He’s only a one-season ponder” as England striker Kane made it 14 objectives since the turn of the year in all rivalries, a burst included cap traps in his last three appearances.
“I needed that third objective and I had chances which I ought to have scored. It would have been another matchball however pleased with the win,” Kane said.
“It was a cheeky end. It’s a vital win, we ought to have won by progressively however it’s another progression nearer to the highest point of the table. We need West Ham to win against Chelsea tomorrow; we don’t ordinarily say that.”
Regardless of Kane’s marksmanship despite everything it required a shrewd stoppage-time objective from Dele Alli to ensure the focuses, with Enner Valencia wounding in an even later relief for Everton whose nine-diversion unbeaten association run was finished.
With 35 focuses from a conceivable 39 at home before commence there was a certainty about Tottenham’s play at White Hart Lane yet they were stayed silent for 20 minutes by a tireless Everton.
At that point, Kane took matters into his own hands. There seemed to be no genuine peril when he got the ball halfway inside Everton’s half yet he progressed into space before unleashing a savage 25-meter drive that flashed past the plunging Joel Robles.
There was a quiet expert about Tottenham’s play and they multiplied their lead in the 56th moment when Everton’s Morgan Schneiderlin was harried into losing the ball and Alli’s pass discharged Kane to shoot under Robles.
Tottenham were cruising until Lukaku appeared there were two deadly strikers on the pitch, to return Everton in the diversion.
Exploiting a falter by the generally noteworthy Jan Vertonghen, the Belgian burst forward and beat Hugo Lloris with a low shot for his eighteenth association objective of the season.
Tottenham’s nerves were facilitated when Alli touched in a sharp free kick by Harry Winks before a pass by Eric Dier permitted Valencia to touch in from short proximity.