Date published: Saturday 13th January 2018 7:19
Harry Kane became Tottenham’s highest scorer in Premier League history in a 4-0 victory over Everton at Wembley on Saturday.
Spurs took the lead on 26 minutes when Son Heung-min steered Serge Aurier’s mis-hit shot into the net from close range.
Son then set up Kane with a lovely piece of skill to turn Jonjoe Kenny before moving into the box and laying it on a plate for the England international to tap home.
And Kane got his landmark goal on the hour mark, prodding in at the back post for his 98th Premier League goal in Tottenham colours.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men weren’t done there, though, as they added another. Two lovely flicks from Son and Dele Alli saw the ball through to Christian Eriksen, who finished wonderfully to cap a great goal.
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