Tottenham’s striker Kane with Son and Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen celebrate their win.
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Tottenham Hotspur showed why coach Mauricio Pochettino is a wanted man by thrashing Everton 6-2 at Goodison Park Sunday to close to within six points of Premier League leaders Liverpool. Spurs have had to cope with the unwanted attention of Pochettino being linked with the Manchester United job following Jose Mourinho's sacking this week.Fatigue may yet still derail Tottenham's bid to win a first trophy under Pochettino with Spurs still involved in four competitions.Once back on level terms, Spurs were relentless as Pickford denied Son a second but Alli charged into the box to sweep home the rebound to turn the game around.Both teams face the least rest time of any Premier League side over the festive period with another three games to come between now and New Year's Day.
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