Harry Kane can break more records says Spurs boss

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Speaking about the star striker, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said: "For Harry it's so special to win titles and trophies at Tottenham". "I think we fully deserved the victory".

Such is the difference between the best and the rest in the Premier League this season, that ninth placed Everton are three points closer to Swansea in last position, than they are to Tottenham in fifth.

"Harry Kane is such a talented player, so professional and I am very happy".

"He deserves all the credit and the praise".

The 24-year-old is creating history on a weekly basis this term, recently earning the tag as top scorer in a single calendar year in the Premier League en route to outscoring Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in 2017.

Jimmy Greaves is Tottenham's record goalscorer in all competitions with 266 and Pochettino is pleased Kane has a long way to go before he breaks it. I've see it now and it probably was before I got here and I've got to cut it out, cut it out starting tomorrow.

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"I thought we had cut that out, so for me it is about making the players understand that it has happened once, in the second half - it can not happen again".

It meant it was no surprise when the opener came from the right on 26 minutes when his low cross was finished by Heung-Min Son.

Spurs are unbeaten in 10 league matches and are facing an Everton side that has lost three games in a row. Everton also have some key injuries in defence, which may make things even harder against the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli.

Son could have added the third in the 58th minute, collecting a cross-field pass from Kane before cutting across the top of the box and striking, but his thunderous effort thrashed against the woodwork before going wide, although Kane made sure to net another Spurs goal a minute later. "I should have gone back to being a bit more boring".

Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes Harry Kane will stay with the Spurs amidst rumors linking the England global with a move to Real Madrid.

Only Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry have done that before. 'Hopefully his ability and goalscoring ability will help us along the way, but we've got to get back to the basics defensively like I did when I first started'. The Spurs chief took advantage of his visit to the Premier League club's new stadium, which is now under construction, to signal his intention to play hardball with any would-be suitors planning moves to sign his stars.

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