Goals from Son Heung-min, Christian Eriksen and a brace from Harry Kane - which saw him become Spurs' all time Premier League leading goalscorer - succumbed the Toffees to a defeat which saw them worryingly unable to record a shot on target.
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane celebrates scoring his side's third goal of the game during the English Premier League soccer match Tottenham Hotspur versus Everton at Wembley Stadium, London, Saturday Jan. 13, 2018.
He took the ball around Jonjoe Kenny before bursting down the left-hand side, with his cross into the box tapped home by a waiting Kane as he equalled Sheringham's record.
Son scored his fifth consecutive goal at Wembley and he also provided the assist for Kane's first goal and throughout the game provided Everton with huge problems. If you can play like that at Liverpool and just at the death get beat, surely you can come here to Tottenham and deliver the same performance and maybe get a result.
Victory left Spurs level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool, who face runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City today, in a competitive race for a place in next season's Champions League. "Everyone else, they may move on, but it's so important that they keep them".
The Turkey global striker signed for the Merseysiders for £27million from Besiktas on Friday after scoring an impressive 14 goals in just 24 games in all competitions this term.
"Whenever other teams around are dropping points you've got to be there and to win", Kane said.
The South Korea global was involved again as Kane netted his first of the game two minutes after the restart.
Son scored the opener to help Maurcio Pochettino's side on their way to a comfortable win which means that second place no longer looks out of reach.
Mauricio Pochettino says that Harry Kane's willingness to improve will see him continue setting goalscoring records on a regular basis.
"He deserves all the credit and a lot of praise".
Tottenham has no such problems with Kane. "I think I saw a lot of very exhausted players", Conte said.
However, Andre Gray reduced the deficit before Abdoulaye Doucoure leveled matters in the 90th minute with a controversial goal, with replays showing the midfielder used his hand.
"In this way he's going to break all the records in the Premier League and England".
"I never see this type of mistake in the Premier League before", said Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino. We've got to cut it out and we've got to cut it out starting tomorrow.
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