Tottenham to make light work of toothless Toffees

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Everton arrived in the capital without a win in six and having lost each of their last three league fixtures.

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Spurs went close to breaking the deadlock on 14 minutes as Son Heung-min header sailed just over the crossbar, following a cross from Christian Eriksen.

Indeed, the visitor's menace was very real.

Everton had the ball in the back of the net after 21 minutes but Wayne Rooney's strike was flagged offside.

The game sparked into life at that point and Pickford had to make a double stop to keep Spurs at bay, parrying away efforts by Kane and Aurier and then diving to his right to stop another shot from the England striker three minutes later. The South Korean converted a simple chance from Serge Aurier and then created a similar chance for Kane to score two minutes into the second half, albeit from a suspiciously offside position, to effectively kill off Everton who were terrible throughout. Then, Son went even closer, but could only look on in anguish as his vicious left-footed attempt cannoned back off the foot of a post.

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The latest record comes after a stellar year in 2017 for Kane.

The busy Pickford denied Son and Dele Alli in quick succession as Spurs threatened to run riot.

But he is not focusing on future milestones, telling BT Sport: "Four-nil in any game is a great result, Everton are a good side and we played well, we created space and took our chances".

Guardiola's team remain unbeaten and 15 points clear at the top of the league standings.

Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur and Sam Allardyce's Everton will face each other in the Premier League this evening.