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Tottenham vs. Everton: tale of the Premier League tape

He set a record of 39 Premier League goals in a calendar year in the process and has now joined the former Liverpool captain in the history books.

Heung-min Son, not the others, make no mistake, led a humbling of Sam Allardyce's Everton and has proved as clever a signing for his club as any made in the Daniel Levy era of shrewd player-trading.

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"Harry can achieve all that he wishes to and all he wants to because it is unbelievable the way he is able to work and his willingness". He is always thinking to try to improve, improve, improve, score goals and improve for the team.

Equally, Allardyce has not helped his cause with his generally negative tactics - such as deploying three defensive midfielders for last month's trip to Bournemouth - and playing Gylfi Sigurdsson as a wide left attacker, as he did here. He's showing he's more mature than last season and his performances are helping the team a lot.

Pickford kept the scoreline down with a double save on 77 minutes to deny first Son, who shifted the ball to his right from inside the box on the left, before Alli sent the rebound straight at the keeper. That's the club record for most goals in the PL too.

Spurs snatched their deserved lead four minutes later, when Son tapped in for his eighth goal of the season. With the score at 2-0, an intriguing sub-plot raised its head.

Three points from Wembley on Tottenham's 4-0 win over Everton in the Premier League. First, Son picked out Alli, who sent his shot into the side netting.

Kane - from an unorthodox, somewhat fortuitous finish, added his second, this time from a perfectly whipped in Eric Dier cross. Whether by design or accident, the ball looped over Pickford and dropped over the line beyond.

Son dominated proceedings in the second half. "I saw the good side of the players last week against Liverpool and some of the worst side of them today".

"When the second went in, that was the killer, but it doesn't allow us to throw the towel in for me".

"Obviously it's something I have to address now".

"I never see this type of mistake in the Premier League before", said Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino.

"He has not played yet but from what I have seen in training he looks like a great finisher and he gets into positions that strikers need to be".

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