Tottenham Wins Heavily At Home, As Harry Kane Breaks thierry Henry’s Scoring Record.
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min were both in fatastic form as Tottenham produced an easy 5-0 win over Everton to deepen Frank Lampard’s side’s relegation fears.
A Michael Keane own goal and first-half strikes from Son and Kane put the hosts in full control before the game evolved into a thrashing.
Substitute Sergio Reguilon struck just seconds after coming on and Kane made matters worse for everton with a sublime volley in the 56th minute.
Kane’s second strike saw him move ahead of Thierry Henry in the all-time Premier League scoring record with 176 goals.
The result means Tottenham remain in seventh, but level on 46 points with sixth-placed West Ham with two games in hand.
For Everton, who failed to register a shot on target, they stay in 17th and just one point off the relegation zone as their goal difference takes a significant blow.
The visitors were way too open at the back and Tottenham made no mistake in capitalising on their defensive naivity.
Everton could not muster up a consolation – or even a shot on goal – as Tottenham eased their way to a comfortable victory.