Kane ends goal drought as he scores for Tottenham Spurs

Florence Fletcher
August 19, 2018

Everton's £50-million signing Richarlison continued to quieten queries of his price tag with the victor as Southampton were defeated 2-1 at Goodison Park, while Leicester saw off Wolves 2-0 despite a red card for Jamie Vardy.

Chelsea's Spanish defender Marcos Alonso (R) vies with Arsenal's Spanish defender Hector Bellerin during the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in London on August 18, 2018.

Harry Kane was among the goals as Tottenham Hotspur beat Fulham 3-1 at Wembley Stadium this afternoon to maintain their winning start to the new season.

Tottenham had a glut of stars feature in the latter stages of the World Cup and as such Mauricio Pochettino has been forced to undertake pre-season without a number of his main men.

Kieran Trippier restored Tottenham's lead with a stunning free-kick that stirred memories of his strike for England against Croatia at this summer's World Cup before Kane's strike secured the points that move the hosts top of the Premier League - temporarily at least - with two wins from their opening two games.

Pochettino told the BBC: "Knowing the way we won, we need to improve different areas".

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"We dominated and fully deserved the victory, but we conceded too much and we need to be more consistent". GK [Georges-Kevin] is part of the group, but like last season, he was on loan at Burnley, and maybe now, he's young, tries to play more, maybe he will have the possibility to play and be guaranteed to play more than here.

Tottenham could have been two goals ahead with only eight minutes gone as Moura wasted two great opportunities.

Everton's revolution under Marco Silva gained more momentum at Goodison with Richarlison scoring his third goal in two games.

Moura opened the scoring for Spurs just before half-time but they were pegged back when Aleksandar Mitrovic headed home.

Jamie Vardy was red carded in the 66th minute but the Foxes used their experience to hold on to victory.

Isaac Hayden was red carded for the Magpies in the 66th minute but the visitors had a glorious chance to clinch all the three points with a stoppage time penalty but the Brazilian Kenedy missed, with City goalkeeper Neil Etheridge guessing the right way to earn Cardiff a precious point.

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