Harry Kane’s 100th Tottenham goal was the catalyst as Mauricio Pochettino’s side relieved to an outstanding 3-0 win at Everton.

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Having racked up two times for England in Malta throughout the international break, Kane opened his club make up the season with a 28th-minute cross-shot to complete his century.

Christian Eriksen included a 2nd three mins before the break, before Kane obtained his second a bit more than 40 secs after the reboot.

The result sees Spurs win for just the 2nd time in 18 meetings between the clubs and also Everton, that released Wayne Rooney from the off regardless of his off-field misdemeaours, can have few grievances concerning the final outcome.

Ronald Koeman’s side started brightly and Sandro Ramirez pulled a shot simply wide of the target but that was just as good as it obtained for the hosts as Tottenham grew in stature.

Ben Davies appreciated a lot of space down the left as well as moments after he established Eriksen, just for the Denmark global to miss, he helped Moussa Sissoko however Ashley Williams was in the best place to block.

There was little Everton might do to prevent Tottenham’s opener, although for some time it was arguable about whether Kane suggested to score it or otherwise. What considered first look like a cross from the right had dipped late and also arced over Jordan Pickford’s head right into the internet.

What was certain is the goal had a negative impact on the hosts – as well as they soon found themselves 2-0 down, with Eriksen the scorer.

Once again, Davies was afforded excessive area when Dele Alli’s cross was unclear and also the full-back’s low shot was just palmed away by Pickford, with Eriksen mopping up to internet.

Kane included a 3rd within a minute of the restart, wonderfully executing a Davies cross with a coating which looked laid-back but needed excellent strategy.

From there, it was merely a case of seeing out time, with Tottenham rarely bothered and Everton remarkably lacklustre as they seldom resembled finding a back into the match.

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