Harry Kane scored twice, giving the Premier League second placers a seven point gap on leaders Chelsea. Kane is now the leading scorer in the Premier League with 19 goals.
Kane started the scoreline, giving the Spurs the lead in the 20th minute. His second goal came after the break.
Everton picked up the momentum Romelu Lukaku served up their first goal. The game had an intense finish after Alli ghosted past his markers to poke in Harry Winks’ free-kick and make it 3-1. And with seconds remaining, Everton substitute Enner Valencia beat the offside trap to tap in Ross Barkley’s set-piece from the right.
Chelsea will re-establish their 10-point lead on Monday if they defeat West Ham at London Stadium.
- Kane (20′minutes, 56′minutes),
- Alli (90’+2minutes)
- R Lukaku (81′minutes),
- E Valencia (90’+3minutes)