Premier League

Tottenham thrash Everton 5-0 with Kane double

Harry Kane, with a brace, and Dejan Kulusevski, with two assists, were the best for the Spurs.

Harry Kane's brace made him the sixth-highest scorer in the Premier League.
Harry Kane's brace made him the sixth-highest scorer in the Premier League.

The best Tottenham of Antonio Conte appeared, surely a consequence of the mediocrity of an Everton that will have to change many things if they do not want to live with the possibility of relegation until the last day of the Premier League. The Spurs scored five goals to their rival this Monday (5-0) to get closer to the European places in the table.

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton Highlights

The Toffees made it easy for them in the first half, in which the locals put the match on track with three goals. Keane scored the first for the home side with an own goal and Son, just three minutes later on a pass from Kulusevski, made it 2-0.

Harry Kane also made an appearance. The English striker took advantage of a good pass from Doherty to make it 3-0 and leave almost sentenced the match. If three goals weren't enough, Reguilón, who came on after the break scored, to set up Kulusevski's assists in the 4-0 win.

To round off the rout, Kane put the icing on the cake with the 5-0 goal that sealed the win, with another goal on a pass from Doherty, his best partner at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Monday.

With this victory, Antonio Conte's team is seventh with 45 points, two points behind Manchester United in Europe. On the other hand, Everton is second to last with 22 points, just one point above relegation.

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