Spurs kept the pressure on league leaders Chelsea on Saturday, courtesy of a comfortable 4-0 win against Watford at White Hart Lane.
Dele Alli was the man to break the deadlock in the first-half, netting a sumptuous goal as the youngster’s super season continues.
Alli’s goal came just after the half-hour mark, via a magnificent curling effort from outside the box which sailed over the head of former Tottenham ‘keeper Heurelho Gomes.
The host’s other three goals weren’t too shabby either.
On 39 minutes, Alli’s England teammate Eric Dier blasted home from the edge of the box.
Then, after the break, Heung Min-Son bagged a superb brace himself.
The goals also gave Son and Alli a chance to roll out their latest epic fiddly-fingered handshake.
Dele Alli e Son a dar aquele handshake pic.twitter.com/HxXgqqAMb0
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As for poor old Vincent Janssen, despite starting the game, he failed once again to get on the scoresheet, even missing from all off two yards…
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Mauricio Pochettino’s side move to within four points of Chelsea, before the Blues’ late game against Bournemouth, while Watford stay 10th.