Harry Kane has hailed the enormity of Spurs 6-2 win over Everton and hasn’t ruled out a challenge for the Premier League title.
Spurs fell behind via former Arsenal forward Theo Walcott’s strike, but responded quickly thanks to goals from Son, Alli and Kane to give them a 3-1 half time lead. They made it four shortly after the interval before Everton gave themselves a lifeline through Tottenham old boy Gylfi Sigurdsson.
However, Spurs ended hopes of an Everton rally as Son and Kane both doubled their tallies, and speaking after the game Kane was pleased with his sides ruthlessness.
“It was massive. We knew it would be a tough game and we went 1-0 behind,” Kane told Sky Sports.
“After that we created some good chances and took them. Second half we dominated the ball and took our chances again.”
Asked if Spurs were in the title race, Kane didn’t rule out a title challenge but did insist that they are just taking it one game at time.
“Everybody’s been talking about Liverpool and Manchester City, and we’ve been getting on with it and doing well, like we normally do.
“It’s important we carry that on now. The games are coming thick and fast but they’re games we can definitely win.
“We’ve had a good month and hopefully we can take that into January now – and February – and we’ll see where we’re at come April time.”