Mauricio Pochettino hails Tottenham's belief after holding out for win over Everton

Posted March 06, 2017

Kane slotted his second of the game after Joel Robles rolled the ball out to Morgan Schneiderlin, who was dispossessed after a misunderstanding with Ashley Williams.

Everton's Belgian hitman Romelu Lukaku struggled up front for the hosts, but he eventually got on the scoresheet on 81 minutes after getting the better of Jan Vertonghen.

A fourth hat-trick in ten games for Kane seemed to be on the cards with eighteen minutes left on the clock but the England global was flagged offside as he made to convert a Kyle Walker low cross. "Hopefully Harry can come out on top for us".

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His opening effort was both superbly struck and, from an Everton perspective, entirely preventable.

The win was manager Mauricio Pochettino's 100th in English football but the Argentinian was more pleased with what was a record ninth straight home win for the club in the Premier League.

'We've obviously scored a few goals earlier on in the season so we thought we'll come up with a little celebration, ' the England global told Sky Sports.

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Asked after the match how it had come about, Kane explained - and worrying added we might not have seen the back of it. Mousa Dembele and Dele Alli did brilliantly to force a turnover high up the pitch, and their teammate made no mistake by slotting the ball under Robles and into the net.

But Tottenham held on to end a nine-game unbeaten run for seventh-placed Everton.

At White Hart Lane, Kane, who is now the league's leading goalscorer with 19, had opportunities to complete what would have been his fourth hat-trick in 10 games and was disappointed to miss out. The former flicked Harry Winks's terrific pass from a free-kick into the far corner, before the latter swept home Ross Barkley's inswinging delivery with a neat side-foot volley.

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The win moves City back into third although they have a game in hand on second-place Tottenham.