Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Harry Kane makes history in Tottenham Hotspur rout of Everton

Harry Kane makes history in Tottenham Hotspur rout of Everton

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was named December's Premier League manager of the month for a record fourth consecutive time, while Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane equalled Steven Gerrard's tally with his sixth player of the month award.

In-form Tottenham are unbeaten in ten Premier League matches at Wembley Stadium ahead of this evening's clash with an out-of-sorts Everton and Spurs could move into the top-four with victory on "home" soil. That changed in the 24th minute when Christian Eriksen started the play that led to a goal from Son Heung-Min.

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

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Suddenly Tottenham looked risky every time they came forward, and they should have had a third five minutes later when Dele Alli exchanged passes with Son on his way into the box, only to fire his finish into the side-netting with only the keeper to beat.

Kane remains firmly on course to win the Premier League's Golden Boot for a third successive season, with his latest double taking him onto 20 goals for the campaign - three more than Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.

Everton meanwhile will head into the game as the underdogs having lost their previous last three games in all competitions.

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