Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino believes the Premier League single-season scoring record of 34 goals is under threat from Harry Kane after the striker grabbed two more in a 4-0 victory over Everton at Wembley.
The Argentinian watched the 24-year-old break the club's Premier League record, set by Teddy Sheringham after 236 appearances, with a double that took his career tally to 98 goals in the 4-0 thrashing of Everton at Wembley. Basic defensive errors contributed to Tottenham's first three goals and, while Kane may have been offside when he struck for the first time on 47 minutes, the way Everton reacted to that setback was alarming.
The goals came from set-pieces and it was great to see them used effectively.
"I don't see Harry Kane being a player who leaves Tottenham", Redknapp told The Warm Up.
Spinning on a dime in the 47th minute to embarrass Jonjoe Kenny, Son intelligently zipped the ball into Kane's path, providing Spurs the springboard from which to launch.
As part of that process Allardyce will sit down with his players at the club's Finch Farm base next week and show them a video of this game.
Sherringham netted 97 in the top flight for Tottenham across two spells, placing him ahead of Robbie Keane and Jermain Defoe on 91.
The win was Moyes' 200th in the Premier League, a landmark reached by only three other managers.
Kane equalled Sheringham's record with the second goal and outclassed it just twelve minutes later with a close-range effort against Jordan Pickford to add the third for Tottenham. The match starts at 17:30 on 13 January 2018.
"The disappointing thing for us is, what would the game have finished like had we scored the first goal when Wayne's got disallowed?"
A disjointed Arsenal slipped to a 2-1 defeat at struggling Bournemouth, with Arsene Wenger's misery compounded by the near-certain departure of Alexis Sanchez.
Chelsea were unable to pierce Leicester's defence even after visiting left-back Ben Chilwell was sent off for a second bookable offence midway through the second half.
"It was a shocking second-half performance".
Spurs, who claimed a 3-0 win at Goodison Park back in September, struggled to create much in the early stages despite enjoying the better of the play, but a chance to break the deadlock went begging as Son headed Eriksen's free-kick narrowly over. However, Watford striker Troy Deeney admitted that had the VAR system been in operation "we probably wouldn't have got it".
"He can achieve all that he wants because of his willingness to work".