• Son Heung-Min scores for fifth home game in a row to put Spurs ahead.
  • Harry Kane nets second two minutes after half time.
  • Kane becomes Tottenham's all-time highest Premier League goalscorer with second.
  • Christian Eriksen slams home late fourth.
  • Tottenham go level on points with Liverpool with heavy win over Everton.
  • The Toffees remain ninth.
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Well that brings an end to our live coverage for another Saturday in the Premier League. Tottenham round it off with another virtuoso performance as Harry Kane gets on the scoresheet.

We're back tomorrow with two stellar games, headlined by Liverpool against Manchester City.

But until then, its goodbye.


Full time: Tottenham 4-0 Everton

Just about as comprehensive as you wish to see from Tottenham. Two for Harry Kane and one each for Son Heung-Min and Christian Eriksen takes Spurs level on points with fourth place Liverpool. Everton were woeful and once they went behind were merely in survival mode.


One goal still needed to take Spurs into fourth in the table outright, though they are destined to go level on points with Liverpool.


Christian Eriksen off in the closing minutes as Erik Lamela comes on.


GOAL! Tottenham 4-0 Everton

One of the goals of the season from Spurs, who have been super slick in this second half. Kane, Son and Alli all combine before Eriksen curls home from the edge of the box. Tottenham are going fourth as things stand.


That should be four for Spurs. Son and then Alli is denied by Pickford, who stood up to the bombardment of efforts on his goal.


Eric Dier off and Victor Wanyama on as his recovery from a knee injury continues.




Kane celebrates netting his 98th Tottenham goal in the Premier League.

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Cenk Tosun off and Dominic Calvert-Lewin on for Everton. A good hour from the Turk on his debut, and it won't get much more difficult than that.


GOAL! Tottenham 3-0 Everton (Harry Kane)

This could get messy for Everton now. Aurier turns provider again as his cross finds Kane, whose scruffy finish finds the back of the net. And still 30 minutes to go.


Harry Kane celebrates his first Premier League goal of 2018.

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Aaron Lennon on for Everton, and is given a rousing reception from the home faithful. You so rarely see that in the game these days.


One more goal needed for Harry Kane to grab another record.


Pickford now keeps out Harry Kane's arrowing drive. Everton are sitting ducks here.


Should really be three for Tottenham as Dele Alli goes through on goal but it is the side-netting he finds from the angle. Everton could go down hard here.


GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Everton (Harry Kane)

Two minutes into the second half but you'd be tempted to venture that is game over. Son Heung-Min nips the ball ahead of Kenny shots across goal - a la Aurier in the first half - and Kane is on hand this time, potentially from an offside position, to tap home.


Back under way at Wembley. No changes made by either side.


Half time: Tottenham 1-0 Everton

A half of one goal that wasn't and one goal that was.

The one that wasn't saw Wayne Rooney's header chalked off for offside, a great decision in a week which has seen VAR make its debut in English football.

Son Heung-Min took advantage of the one that was with a simple finish from Serge Aurier's cross-shot, to score for a fifth home league game in a row.


Everton threaten as we approach the final five minutes of the first half. Tosun is again involved and when his pull back can't find Sigurdsson he visitors recycle the ball.

Sanchez heads clear Kenny's cross ad McCarthy can only poke over the loose ball.


Wayne Rooney's celebrations are cut short as the Everton forward's header is adjudged to be offside.

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Son Heung-Min celebrates his 11th goal of the season.

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First effort on goal for Cenk Tosun. Bolasie raids down the right and when Jonjo Kenny crosses, Tosun jumps but doesn't time it and his header balloons over.


Sam Allardyce watches on as Everton go behind.

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