Harry Kane is on course to break all the goalscoring records in top-flight English football after setting his latest landmark on Saturday, the striker's Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, believes.
The former Ajax man is understood to be one of the players unhappy with Spurs' wage structure, however, the player remains happy at the club and is expected to sign a new contract.
Morgan Schneiderlin replaced McCarthy in the 72nd minute, in a like-for-like move that begged the question why not use Lookman to try and at least register an effort on target??
Next, Son took the responsibility himself with a fiercely struck low shot which thudded against the base of the post.
This seemed to put the fire into Tottenham as Son scored the opening not long after. He spun on a dime in the 47th minute to leave his mark in the dust and smartly, if not inadvertently, whipped the ball into Kane's path, who was left with the easiest of tap ins.
The Englishman overtook Teddy Sheringham, who has 97 goals, on the way to scoring his 20th league goal of the season, for the fourth year in a row.
The goal drew Kane level with Sheringham, but it would soon get even better for the England global. Five players were involved in the build-up, but it was a superb back heel from Alli at the edge of the box that found Eriksen on the left, before he powered home to seal a superb Spurs victory. It was Kane's 98th goal for Spurs in the Premier League making him the club's all time top scorer in the competition.
Spurs continued their fine recent form as they earned a precious three points that puts them joint fourth in the Premier League table with Liverpool.
"He can do everything because of his mentality and how he is as a professional".
A rumour mill which Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has looked to squash as he made it clear earlier this week that no player the club wants to keep will be sold in the summer - a stance which Pochettino supports, even if the likes of Real Madrid come calling with wads of cash.
"He's unbelievable, the way he's able to work, his willingness".
However, Everton were managed by Ronald Koeman for that fixture and things have since improved under the guidance of Sam Allardyce, with the Toffees putting together an unbeaten run in his first seven games in charge. I should have got back to being a bit more boring and a bit less adventurous.
Allardyce used all three substitutes to nearly no effect as the second half progressed and Everton all but disappeared from the contest.
"I thought we had cut that out, so for me it is about making the players understand that it has happened once, in the second half - it can not happen again".
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