Tottenham Hotspur F.C. stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli scored two goals their side won a with a big margin of 4-0 against Stoke City to gain their hope of winning Premier League against leaders Leicester City’s lead to five points on Monday.
Tottenham playing away game showed a display of attacking the football and took the lead shortly after nine minutes when Kane scored a goal against Stoke keeper Shay Given.
Christian Eriksen another striker scored the goal for Tottenham before halftime, and the visitors wasted several good chances before Eriksen played in Alli to make it 2-0 in the 67th minute.
Dele Alli then somehow managed to strike the post with an empty goal to which Kane joined when he scored a goal on assist of Erik Lamela’s and scored the 24th league goal of the season.
Alli finally did claim his second as Eriksen worked his way down the left and chipped the ball back for the midfielder, who had smartly pulled away to create room for the opportunity, to steady himself and guide his volley low into the corner of the goal as Spurs ran riot to inflict Stoke’s joint-heaviest home defeat in the Premier League.