EPL: Everton unleash Tosun on Spurs

EPL: Everton unleash Tosun on Spurs

Kane continues to break record after record as he etches his name in the history books for his goal-scoring feats which has the world of football talking about his future in the game and if his playing days will always be with Spurs.

Harry Kane admitted he might have been offside for the first of the two goals which made him Tottenham's top scorer of the Premier League era on Saturday.

They added a fourth goal with nine minutes remaining when Christian Eriksen rounded off an excellent attacking move from the London club. "His life is probably fantastic at the moment".

Heung-Min Son put the home side ahead in the 26 minute when he tapped in Serge Aurier's low cross.

More telling than the number of goals is the amount of games in which this venerable record was set: Teddy Sheringham scored 97 goals in 236 appearances; Jermain Defoe scored 91 goals in 276 appearance; Robbie Keane also scored 91 times, his coming in 238 matches; Kane has scored 98 goals in only 135 Premier League matches. Check out this lovely turn and run from Son before crossing to Harry Kane for Tottenham's second goal. The goal was rightfully ruled out for offside. Son cuts in from the right and thunders a superb strike against the post.

Kane got his second of the game on the hour mark, slotting home Eric Dier's cross beyond Pickford.

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Having already beaten Alan Shearer's calendar-year record for the most Premier League goals (39), the England worldwide also has two successive Golden Boots and has just equalled the all-time record for the number of Premier League Player of the Month awards, as his sixth has taken him level with Steven Gerrard.

After Son Heung-min had given the hosts a first-half lead, the England man then added a double after the break, before Christian Eriksen added fourth to see Mauricio Pochettino's men ease home convincingly.

Everton have conceded 34 goals this season already, the fifth highest in the league, highlighting this as a real issue for the Blues.

Tottenham Hotspur returns to Premier League action on Sunday, January 21 when they travel to St Mary's Stadium to face Southampton (4pm).

Spurs are now in fifth spot in the league, just outside the Champions League spaces, and three points behind Liverpool in fourth.

Indeed, the Toffees did not register a single shot on target this evening and have now lost their opening three games of a calendar year for the first time since 1960.

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