Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

'I don't see Harry Kane leaving Spurs,' says Harry Redknapp

'I don't see Harry Kane leaving Spurs,' says Harry Redknapp

Antonio Conte's side could have moved above Manchester United and up to second but were outplayed by a Foxes team that wasted several good chances and ended the game with 10 men after Ben Chilwell picked up a second booking.

Harry Kane struck twice to become Tottenham Hotspur's all-time leading Premier League scorer as they beat Everton 4-0 at Wembley.

The manager hopes the £27m signing of Cenk Tosun can help - the striker scored against Tottenham for his previous club, Besiktas, in the Europa League in 2014.

There are not many thing Kane has failed to do for Spurs in terms of scoring - but one thing is score in five successive Premier League home games.

Spurs doubled their lead two minutes into the second half as Son turned provider to pick out Kane, who made no mistake from close range, 2-0.

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

That scare seemed to spark Tottenham into life, and Kane in particular began to threaten moments later with three efforts in quick succession which all needed to be saved by Pickford.

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Everton had no defenders anywhere near him, and rather than take the shot himself, Aurier had the foresight to put a low cross to a streaking Son who tapped it past Jordan Pickford.

Just one minute later and Harry Kane crowned himself Tottenham Hotspur's all time top-scorer in the Premier League.

Apart from Wayne Rooney having a header ruled out for offside, at no stage did they ever look capable of doing something.

The 24-year-old is now level with former Liverpool and England midfielder Gerrard with six player of the month awards, the most for any player in the competition's history.

Watford came back from two goals down to register a 2-2 draw with Southampton at Vicarage Road.

All four of Tottenham's attackers were involved when the fourth did arrive shortly afterwards, though, with Kane feeding the ball into Son, who flicked it on for Alli to back-heel into the path of Eriksen, and the Dane produced an emphatic first-time finish to cap off a devastating team move.

26' - GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Everton.

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