Son levels S Korean scoring record as Spurs beat Bournemouth

Geronimo Vena
Aprile 17, 2017

"That was a very bad period at the end of last season", said Pochettino.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane admits that he missed playing for the club after scoring on his return to the team in the 4-0 win over Bournemouth.

And Spurs fans don't particularly like the 25-year-old.Not only is Wilshere an Arsenal player but he also led chants of "What do we think of Tottenham?' during the Gunners" FA Cup parade in 2015. We fought against all and we spent a lot of energy.

Asked whether he feels the world now want Tottenham to win the title instead of Chelsea, Pochettino said: 'No.

Chelsea is at Manchester United on Sunday.

All Tottenham can do is keep racking up the wins - Saturday's was the seventh in a row - and raising the goal-difference advantage over Chelsea in case it matters.

Substitute Vincent Janssen received the biggest roar of the day in stoppage time as he claimed his first Premier Leasgue goal from open play since joining previous year.

He was inexplicably left unmarked and Dembele punished Bournemouth for their early defensive lapse with a punishing drive from close range.

Tottenham were convincing 4-0 winners over Bournemouth on Saturday to make it seven top-flight victories on the spin for the first time in 50 years.

Tottenham has dispelled notions it is over-reliant on Harry Kane by continuing to thrive during the top-scorer's injury absence.

Kane, who only recently returned from injury scored three minutes into the second-half, after showing real strength and composure to turn Francis and find the bottom corner of Boruc's net.

The half-time interval brought only temporary respite for Bournemouth, who found themselves a further goal behind within three minutes of the restart as Kane scored his 13th goal in 12 league games. Last season we never had the possibility to play before Leicester.

The Cherries have won only once in their last 10 away Premier League games (D3 L6) and none in the last six.

James Collins restored West Ham's lead two minutes after half time, but Fabio Borini rescued a 90th-minute equaliser before Hammers defender Sam Byram was sent off in stoppage time.

But substitute Peter Crouch's header and Xherdan Shaqiri's 30-yard rocket steered the Potters to all three points.

Goals from Robert Huth and Jamie Vardy put the Foxes in charge but Yohan Cabaye and Christian Benteke ensured a share of the spoils as Palace moved seven points clear of the drop zone.

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