Harry Kane made history yesterday as Tottenham brushed Everton aside at Wembley in Saturday’s final Premier League action.
Two goals in the second half for the striker saw him leapfrog Teddy Sheringham as Spurs’ all-time top scorer in Premier League history.
Earlier, Chelsea were held by 10-man Leicester City to miss the chance to move into second in the Premier League standings on Saturday.
The Blues were sluggish to start and had Thibaut Courtois to thank for not conceding in the first half. Ben Chilwell was dismissed with 20 minutes remaining but, with Eden Hazard withdrawn, the hosts could not find a breakthrough.
It was a different story for West Ham who thumped Huddersfield in a 4-1 win to move into 11th, level on points and goal difference with Crystal Palace after the Eagles beat Burnley 1-0.
Arsenal travel to Bournemouth today before the weekend’s headline act with the form table suggesting Liverpool have realistic hopes of disrupting Manchester City’s waltz towards the title when they meet on Sunday, as the Premier League returns after a FA Cup break.
The Brazilian playmaker completed a £142 million move to Barcelona on Monday, meaning Juergen Klopp’s “fab four” up front is now just a three.
City will look to repeat their dominant 5-0 victory over Liverpool at the Etihad in September, although they will be without injured striker Gabriel Jesus, who scored a brace that day.
Second-placed Manchester United host Stoke City on Monday, the visitors currently without a coach after sacking Mark Hughes following their FA Cup defeat by League Two Coventry City.
Here’s the 2017-18 EPL Table
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