Tottenham Hotspur have returned to success in the Premier League – thanks in part to the record-breaking attacking duo of Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane.
In the afternoon, Manchester United meet Watford FC (now in LIVETICKER), in the evening Manchester City have to play away from home in Everton (from 6.30 pm in LIVETICKER). Christian Eriksen is also on the bench at Brentford FC against Newcastle and could make his long-awaited comeback.
After just one win and four defeats in the last five games, Tottenham managed to break free with a 4-0 (3-0) win over Leeds United.
Matt Doherty (10d), Dejan Kulusevsky (15), Harry Kane (27) and Hong Min Son (85) scored the goals for Antonio Conte’s team. At the end of the day, assist provider Kane and target Son also set a record: for the 37th time, a co-production by the duo led to a goal. The previous Premier League record was held by Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba, who scored 36 goals for Chelsea.
He tied Spurs, where coach Conte recently caused a stir with hints of quitting but then slipped again, with places in the European Cup at seventh in the table. In the meantime, Marcelo Bielsa has ceded their fourth consecutive bankruptcy with Leeds, thus getting closer and closer to the relegation zone.