TOTTENHAM 4-0 BOUNERMOUTH: RESOUNDING WIN WITH GOALS FROM MOUSA DEMBELE, SON HEUNG-MIN, HARRY KANE A
Tottenham made it seven top-class straight wins for the first time since 1967 and continued their pursuit of leaders Chelsea with a resounding victory over Bournemouth
The game was inherently over in a three-minute period in the first half in which Mousa Dembele fired Spurs ahead from close range following a corner before Son Heung-min doubled the lead with a rapid run and smooth finish.
Son celebrates with returning hero Kane who put on the assist for him to convert past the Cherries
Dembele is pictured racing off as he is joined by his elated Tottenham team-mates to celebrate with supporters
Harry Kane, who was making his first start in a month, made sure his side secured the three points with a low finish just minutes into the second half.
The goal makes him the fourth player to score 20 Premier League goals in three consecutive seasons after Alan Shearer, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Thierry Henry.
Spurs striker Kane expertly dropped his shoulder to send Francis the wrong way in the box and create space for himself
In creating the goal, Kane held off Cherries captain Simon Francis by positioning himself between the ball and the defender
Jack Wilshire the on-loan Arsenal man goes down with injury and cannot play on.
Just minutes after coming on as a substitute Vincent Janssen completed Spurs' afternoon by scoring his second Premier League goal of the season in injury time.
Mauricio Pochettino's players are now four points behind Chelsea, who face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Bournemouth, only managed one shot on target, and are now without a win in four matches and remain seven points above the bottom three with six games left to play.
Dele Alli focused his attention on the ball while looking for a pass as the Bounermouth midfield hone in around him.
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My opinion: This is a more mature, efficient and refined Spurs side than 12 months ago, and this performance showed that perfectly. From the start they pressed their opponents relentlessly and dominated possession before they started scoring.