Tottenham scored six goals, winning by a final score of 6-2. Son Heung-Min scored a brace and had an assist, and Harry Kane had a brace of his own, moving him into a tie with Mo Salah with 11 goals, one goal behind Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the race for the Golden Boot.
Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli added goals of their own — and yes, if you’re keeping track, that’s at least one goal for DESK — Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane — the first time that all four of Spurs’ first choice attackers have scored in the same match.
If you missed the match, well sucks to be you — it was great! Thankfully, we have NBC Sports’ extended highlights package for you to enjoy. And you really should watch not only the highlights, but the full match if you can find it — it was super fun.
Spurs’ next match is Boxing Day against Bournemouth at Wembley Stadium.
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