Tottenham Hotspur thrashed Leeds United 3-0 in a Premier League fixture at the Tottenham Stadium on Saturday.
Leeds goalkeeper, Illan Meslier’s misplaced pass led to Harry Kane opening the scoring with a penalty after Ezgjan Alioski fouled Steven Bergwijn in the 29th minute.
Kane then turned provider, with a curling cross from the right that was swept in by Son Heung-min at the near post in the 43rd minute as the hosts doubled their advantage.
The goal was Son’s 100th goal in the colours of the North London club.
The deadly partnership of Kane and Son, who have now combined for 13 top-flight goals this term, to equal the record set by Blackburn’s Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton in 1994-95.
Toby Alderweireld’s near-post header rounded off the scoring at the start of the second half, with Meslier again culpable as he fumbled the ball over the line.
The only negative of the day for Spurs was the stoppage-time dismissal of defender Matt Doherty for a second booking.
The win, Spurs’ first league victory since 6 December, lifts them to third in the table, with Leeds remaining 11th.