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Tottenham 4-0 West Bromwich Albion : Kane Kills The Baggies With A Hat-Trick



Tottenham make six wins in a row with Harry Kane the star of the game, pushing Pochettino's men to just four points Clear of Chelsea.

Tottenham started out well with a series of great shots which all went above the net, with serious, massive attack by the Pochettino's men, totally out playing the Baggies and this obviously would make their manager proud. Erickson,  just by the twelfth minute assisted Kane who with one touch controlled the ball and gave his team a lead.

The second goal came as a reward for their hard work, giving the Baggies no chance but consistently hitting the balls towards the Baggies net, Gareth McAuley in a bid to defend  Eriksen's shot deflected the ball for an owned goal giving Spurs a two goal lead.

The second half was a bit different as the Baggies responded with an impressive attack not until Kane made the game four Nil sender ing all the Baggies hope to the ground and a Hat trick to his name. Just at the 77th minute, McAuley's mistake gave Kane an opportunity which he made no mistake adding the goal tally and just 5 minutes later made it four Nil and three goals to his name.

Mauricio Pochettino men are in form having won their last five matches including Chelsea and Today they make it six against  West Bromwich Albion who are having a good time at the Middle of the Table only they fail to get points from the teams in the top Seven.
The Pochettino Men have been on the round side  when it comes to the Baggies as they haven't any win in the last seven clashes with the Baggies
Mauricio Pochettino made no changes to his starting line up against Chelsea Dele Alli, Kane and Eriksen all leading in the attack while Tony Polis made only a change which is due to Johnny Evans injury.

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