Published: Mon, March 06, 2017
Medical | By Dorothy Lyons

Everton fans react on Twitter to Ross Barkley display against Tottenham Hotspur

Everton fans react on Twitter to Ross Barkley display against Tottenham Hotspur

Koeman added that he felt his side "showed good character" but said: "Overall, Tottenham were the stronger team".

It is the first time that Tottenham have achieved such a feat in the Premier League era.

The start of the game was very even as both sides weren't giving each other much time on the ball to get their passing games going.

Kane scored twice to take him clear at the top of the scorers chart with 19 goals, while Dele Alli scored Spurs' third.

Tottenham were cruising at the hour-mark thanks to Kane's double, the first a cracker from more than 25 yards out.

That's how the scoreline stayed, as City leapfrogged Arsenal into third with their fourth consecutive league win, and are now just a point behind Tottenham with a game in hand. "We are in a very good position here".

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Silva's 38th-minute cross was turned into the net at point-blank range by Sergio Aguero and the Spanish playmaker's defense-splitting through-ball in the 59th released Leroy Sane to net his sixth goal in 10 games.

"He's just a one-season wonder", Tottenham fans had chanted shortly after his second of the afternoon, ironically referencing the view held by some that the England global would struggle to replicate the success of his breakout campaign in 2014/15.

It earned Spurs a ninth home win in succession in the competition, lifted them to within seven points of leaders Chelsea and, for Pochettino, underlined that they are destined for further garlands.

"He has got every opportunity - with the games coming up we have got to win matches, so hopefully the goals will come from him".

The Argentine celebrated wildly as Tottenham's goals went in and berated his team at times too - a sign of the high standards he has set since arriving from Southampton in 2014.

"We start to make history with that group".

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