H Son (26),H Kane (47, 59),C Eriksen (81)
Tottenham vs Everton
5:30pm Saturday 13th January
WATCH: MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
SPURS 4-0 EVERTON
An emphatic win for Spurs in the end, with Son opening the scoring in the first half before a Kane double and fine Eriksen finish sealed the win for Tottenham.
There were records met and broken by Spurs but Everton offered little in terms of a reply.
Stay tuned for highlights in 15 minutes!
90: Two minutes of added time.
87: Another Spurs change now as Eriksen makes way for Lamela.
SPURS 4-0 EVERTON
83: Spurs make an instant change in the aftermath of the goal, with Sissoko coming on for Dembele.
GOAL! SPURS 4-0 EVERTON (Eriksen, 81)
An absolutely sublime goal from Spurs with the build-up and the finish from Eriksen. Brilliant.
Five players are involved as Tottenham drive forward, with Kane finding Aurier on the right flank before he flicks the ball into the path of Son in the middle of the park.
He in turn finds Alli at the top of the box and the midfielder back heels the ball for Eriksen, who brilliantly sweeps home past Pickford to make it four for the hosts.
SPURS 3-0 EVERTON
80: Another gut-busting run from Son as he powers into the box, but Holgate does well to get his tackle in and see the ball out for a corner.
Eriksen delivers but it is straight into the hands of Pickford, who needs two bites of the cherry before properly collecting the ball.
77: SAVES!!! Superb goalkeeping from Pickford as Alli and Son link up once again as the former picks out the South Korean down the left of the box.
Son cuts inside before shooting, but Pickford gets down low to make the save with his feet before getting back up again to save an effort from Alli on the rebound.
Brilliant from the Everton stopper to deny Spurs another.
SPURS 3-0 EVERTON
75: Yellow card for Rooney as he catches the ankle of Vertonghen as the defender looks to steam away from his marker.
74: Dier's evening is over as Wanyama comes on in his place as Spurs make their first change.
72: Not bad from Everton there as Lennon picks out Rooney just outside the 'D', and the striker produces a wonderful flick to get the ball into the path of Calvert-Lewin. However, Aurier is there to track the youngster and nicks the ball out of his path.
Meanwhile, Everton make their final change with Schneiderlin replacing McCarthy.
70: A free kick deep on the right flank for Spurs as Alli is fouled by McCarthy. Davies whips it into the box but Pickford is up to collect at the first time of asking.
69: Good defending from Jagielka there as Aurier is once again afforded space down the right flank, but his eventual cross is cleared by the Everton captain.
68: Great work from Tottenham after the ball was given away to Rooney, but with three players around him, it's Dier who sticks a foot out to ease the ball away from the striker.
65: Everton have responded well since the third goal and are currently camped in the Spurs half as they look for a way back into this one.
62: Another Spurs change now as Tosun is replaced by Calvert-Lewin. A solid debut for the striker.
GOAL! SPURS 3-0 EVERTON (Kane, 59)
There it is, Kane is official Tottenham's top scorer in the Premier League with 98 goals, taking over Teddy Sheringham's record.
It's not his best if we're honest, but he won't care. Dier whips the ball into the box from the top right corner and it ricochets off Kane's foot and shin before bobbling home.
Another record for Kane and he's on his way for another hat-trick.
SPURS 2-0 EVERTON
58: OFF THE POST!!! So nearly a Son second but he's denied by the upright!
It's a thunderous effort from the South Korean who tries his luck from the middle of the box but it can only find the woodwork with Alli unable to convert the rebound.
57: Here comes the first change of the game as Lennon replaces Bolasie, with the midfielder given a rousing reception from each corner of the ground.
55: SHOT! A poor give away from Gueye there in the middle of the park and it lands to Kane who races forward.
He decides to go for goal himself despite having back up on either side, but his stinging effort is pushed away well by Pickford with no other Tottenham shirt able to net the rebound.
SPURS 2-0 EVERTON
53: CHANCE!! They do create an opening! Son is involved once again as he races forward before laying the ball off to Alli on his left but Kenny marks his man well and Alli just cannot get the right angle to shoot properly, eventually hammering the ball into the side of the net.
52: Free kick for Tottenham as Holgate fouls Vertonghen, just catching him in the face with an arm. It's deep for Spurs and they'll look to create an opening.
GOAL! SPURS 2-0 EVERTON (Kane, 47)
Another Kane goal and he matches Teddy Sheringham's record for the number of Premier League goals scored for Spurs with 97 goals.
It's some superb work from Son again though, taking the ball around Kenny before bursting down the left-hand side, taking the ball wide from Holgate in the box before whipping the ball across goal.
Kane is there to tap home in a similar fashion to Son's opener, although he could arguably have been ever-so slightly offside. However, no flag up and the goal stands.
SPURS 1-0 EVERTON
46: Spurs get the game back underway at Wembley.
SPURS 1-0 EVERTON
There's the half-time whistle and Tottenham lead thanks to Son's tap home in the 26th minute.
Spurs have seen the better of the ball but Everton did have it in the back of the net, although Rooney's header was flagged for offside.
Plenty to play for in the second half!
45: First yellow card of the game for Jagielka as he miss times a tackle on Alli to give Spurs the free kick.
One minute of added time at the end of the first half.
Eriksen tries his luck from range but it goes over the crossbar.
42: A Tottenham free kick now as Vertonghen is fouled by Tosun. The defender took a bit of a leg to the face as the two tangled to the floor, but he appears to be OK.
40: CLOSE! A superb run down the left flank from Tosun who has impressed so far, but his pull back from Rooney doesn't quite come off as Everton attempt to again create something and come back around from the missed chance.
However, another ball into the box evades the heads of Rooney and Tosun before going wide.
36: Good defending from Holgate as he nips in front of Kane to collect a pass from Aurier down the right of the box, but the striker isn't too happy with that and takes a swipe at the defender to give Everton the free kick.
35: A slightly quieter period in the game as we head towards half time, with Everton seeing the better of the ball but unable to do much with it attacking wise.
32: A good run from Bolasie down the right flank, before Kenny comes in to back him up as Bolasie plays him in.
The defender gets his cross into the box and it meets the head of Tosun, but it pings off the wrong part of his head and goes over the crossbar.
31: Another Everton free kick as Dier fouls McCarthy now. Sigurdsson the man over it this time, but as he hooks the ball into he box, Lloris comes off his line to collect.
30: A great run from Rooney there as he boulders his way through the middle of the park, skipping past Davies before he is surrounded by three white shirts as Vertonghen draws the foul for an Everton free kick.
Kenny takes but they don't make too much from the advantage.
GOAL! SPURS 1-0 EVERTON (Son, 26)
Another switch of flank for Spurs and this time, it works as Eriksen initally picks out Aurier on the right flank.
He takes a look up before whipping the ball in front of the Everton defence with Son lurking to tap home in the six yard box.
He has now scored in the last five home Premier League games for Spurs, matching Jermain Defoe's record.
SPURS 0-0 EVERTON
25: Again from Kane as Alli sets up the striker at the top of the box. He manages to wriggle away from his marker Jagielka before firing, but Pickford is there again to keep him out with Alli lurking for the rebound.
SPURS 0-0 EVERTON
24: SAVE!! First real save of the game from Pickford as Demeble threads Kane through and the striker tries to get the whip it home with his first touch, but Pickford is there to palm it away.
23: NO GOAL!! Everton have the ball in the back of the net, but Rooney's effort is ruled out for offside!
Sigurdsson delivers another great corner which Tosun flicks down for his team-mate, with Rooney glancing home with his head, but as he wheels away to celebrate, the offside flag is raised by the official.
A correct decision but some good play from the visitors.
21: A good head away from Alli there as Sigurdsson delivers the corner. Gueye tries to snap at the rebound and send it goalwards, but it is blocked by a sea of bodies in the box.
20: Another Everton free kick as they play some good stuff trying to get forward, as Sanchez fouls Tosun on the left flank.
Sigurdsson delivers, but the delivery is initially headed away by Vertonghen before Sigurdsson then wins an Everton corner up against Alli.
18: Free kick to Everton just inside their own half as Dembele fouls Rooney, pulling him to ground, and it could be a good chance for the visitors to pump the ball into the box.
Jagielka takes but Aurier is there, jumping above Holgate, to head away.
16: Half chance for Everton at the other end now as Tosun does well to win a long ball, tapping it into the path of Rooney who makes his way into the box, but his effort goes well wide of the post.
A decent opening from the new boy at Wembley.
15: Free kick for Spurs as Gueye launches into a tackle on Alli. Davies and Eriksen are over it...
CLOSE!! It's a superb delivery from Eriksen as we are all used to and Son comes storming towards the near post from deep before flashing a header just over the crossbar.
The best chance we've seen so far.
14: Not a bad move from Tottenham as Dier wins the ball back after a sloppy pass from Alli, with the midfielder racing towards goal before slipping in Kane down the right flank.
The striker then whips the ball into the box but it has too much on it as the ball runs wide.
12: Aurier has been great down the right flank so far with Everton seemingly giving him the reign to run at will, but his cross into the box is headed away by Jagielka ahead of the waiting Kane.
11: A great battle between Holgate and Alli there as Kane hooks the ball over the top of the Everton defence to try and set his team-mate through on goal.
But the defender reads the situation well and tracks Alli all the way as they speed towards goal, and Holgate eventually comes off the winner as he guides the ball away from danger.
9: A late free kick to Tottenham as Gueye plays a delightful ball through the middle for Tosun but his touch is a bit heavy and the ball lands at the feet of Sanchez.
The striker then clips the defender as he tries to get the ball back, sending Sanchez flying and Craig Pawson eventually - and correctly - decides to give the hosts a deep free kick.
7: Spurs are seeing all of the ball at the moment with some neat passing football and once again they switch the play onto the right flank with Kane picking out Aurier.
However, true to an Allardyce side, there are plenty of blue shirts camped at the back at the hosts cannot find a way through.
5: Both Aurier and Eriksen attempting to get something into the box for Spurs, the latter doing so from the wing before he decides to pick out the Dane at the top of the box, but his ball into the area is headed away.
First corner of the game for Tottenham. Davies delivers but Jagielka heads away.
3: Free kick to Spurs as Son attempts to race away down the left flank but Kenny takes a bite and the South Korean goes to ground, with Craig Pawson signalling for the set piece.
It nearly comes off for the hosts too as they throw a couple of crosses into the box but the Everton defence deals with it well. A good start from Spurs here.
1: Here we go ladies and gents, Everton get the game underway at Wembley although their first bit of play is to pass it out for a Spurs throw in.
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